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eTravel Lab Day 1

Category
eTravel World

Date
March 4, 2020

Time
10:30 - 14:00

Location
Hall 7.1b, eTravel Lab

Main focuses: data analysis as a tool, an overview of the Asian travel market, solutions for overtourism and the future of package holiday. Detailed descriptions of all individual events will be available here shortly.

Main focuses: data analysis as a tool, an overview of the Asian travel market, solutions for overtourism and the future of package holiday. Detailed descriptions of all individual events will be available here shortly.


Events

  • Data analysis instead of surveys: What are the travel trends in 2020?
  • What do travel customers actually think about a certain destination, brand or product?
  • Which marketing campaigns result in positive feelings?
  • It’s all in the data – if you know how to use it.

Speaker:
Toni Stork, Founder, OMMAX

  • A technical view on the traditional tour operator business
  • Technological developments such as dynamic packaging and shopping cart solutions
  • What will the upcoming technical setup for tour operators look like in order to meet the increasingly individual needs of future travellers?
  • How must the product portfolio in travel sales (OTAs, metasearch and more) develop?

Speaker:
Jan Gerlach, CEO, Peakwork

  • Asia remains the biggest growth driver in the international tourism market
  • Rising purchasing power and technology innovations have been constantly changing the way that Asian travel
  • Listen to the senior executives from Asia’s leading travel companies on how they tailor to the changing needs of Asian travelers

Speaker:
Jeremy Bek, General Manager for Global Country Management, Rakuten Travel
Leslie Hsu, Global Head of Brand, Trip.com
Yuzhou Huang, Fliggy
Ritwik Khare, Chief Business Officer, MakeMyTrip (India) Pvt. Ltd
Qiang Zhong, General Manager, Meituan.com, Dianping.com

  • How important are targeted data collection processes for the management of mobility systems in tourism
  • Best practice example of our Sense-Plan-Act paradigm using the visitor guidance system at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna

Speaker:
Christian Kogler, Research Engineer, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology