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Guide to building a Travel Startup

The travel industry is a resilient one – downturns in the economy cannot stop it, weather conditions and terrorist attacks cannot derail it. The industry continues to enjoy robust activity despite challenges, because people will always want or need to travel, whether it’s to a business meeting or conference or to enjoy holidays with friends and family. 1,954 more words

Travel Technology

The Zika Virus Is a Boon for Travel Insurers

Travel insurance sales for trips to Latin America have surged as vacationers consider scrapping their plans to avoid the rapidly spreading Zika virus, one of the top U.S. 459 more words


How The Zika Virus Could Affect Your Travel Plans

The Zika Virus is a mosquito-borne infectious disease that is related to dengueyellow feverJapanese encephalitis, and West Nile viruses. As of recent news, Zika has been linked largely to be a threat to pregnant women. 373 more words


How Important is Your Smartphone While Traveling?

In a study by Expedia, they discovered that travelers across the world considered their smartphone more vital to carry than basic items like a toothbrush or driver’s license. 175 more words


In the News: EW Bennett on OHG vs HMRC

The article below is taken from TTG, written on 20 Jan by Patrick Whyte

OHG liquidators headed for legal showdown with HMRC

The liquidators of On Holiday Group, which famously collapsed almost two years ago, are pursuing legal action against HM Revenue & Customs, in what is likely to be one of several travel VAT cases this year. 453 more words

Travel Accountants

Curtain Raiser: The TTJ Jury Choice Awards for Excellence ‘n’ Innovation

TTJ Jury Choice Awards for Excellence ‘n’ Innovation in travel offers a neutral and fair platform that acknowledges path breaking achievements, milestones and innovations that have made a difference across the travel and allied sectors… 398 more words

Tourism Ministry

Travel Etiquette of the Oblivious

I’ve traveled a lot over the past 15 years for work and run into oblivious travelers every time. It’s not even a question of being an inexperienced traveler that makes them oblivious, it’s that they lack common sense and/or the rules of the game. 706 more words