Drawing on its expertise as a leader in travel and technology, Booking.com predicts 2020 will be a year of travel exploration like never before, fueled by technology as well as a growing sense of responsibility and deeper connection with the people and places we visit.
Today, Booking.com, one of the world's largest travel e-commerce companies, launched its 2020 Technology Playmaker Awards to celebrate female trailblazers across the global technology industry. Committed to the belief that technology should be an industry for everyone, Booking introduced the awards in 2017 to recognize women who are pushing the boundaries of excellence, leadership and innovation in technology, and inspiring future generations of tech leaders.
Booking.com research reveals that Gen Z is the second most likely generation to want to volunteer when travelling (59%)
Gen Z are predicted by many to be more socially and environmentally aware than the generations before them. But will they live and travel to the high expectations placed on their - still quite young - shoulders? Booking.
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As concerns about climate change mount, we ask what the future holds for the aviation industry, and how hotels should respond.
Whether building an entirely new property or simply refurbishing, enterprising hoteliers are turning to crowdfunding to raise funds for their business.
While some hotels cater almost exclusively for weddings, other alternative accommodations are discovering how they can maximise profits in this extremely lucrative market.