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Expedia Partner Conference 2017: Travolution coverage

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Expedia Partner Conference 2017: Travolution coverage

OTA hosts 5,000 partners from around the globe at annual forum last week. Lee Hayhurst reports from Las Vegas

Strategy chief sets out views on Google and Iata’s NDC
Travel suppliers urged to diversify traffic sources to avoid reliance on Google.

Expedia ‘in pole position to be first $100bn agency’
Boss Mark Okerstrom ‘optimistic’ about growth prospects for travel

Expedia chairman flags up voice as next big tech development
Barry Diller expects impact of enabled to be felt in next five years

Mind reading reveals what delights the customer
Eye tracking and electromyography reveals consumer traits

‘Consumer grade tech is driving online adoption’, says Egencia
Travel management arm claims 90% online adoption compared to 45% among rivals

Comment: Are we all now players in Expedia’s infinite game?
The US online travel giant says partnerships are the key to its success, but what does this mean for UK competitors, asks Lee Hayhurst

Expedia poised to start tests of new packaging path
OTA to display bundled savings to shoppers

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Expedia expands Routehappy partnership to integrate fare rules and rich content
Universal Product Attributes and Universal Ticket Attributes to be integrated

UK, US and Chinese travellers ‘prioritise experience over price’
Emotions drive decisions for most travellers, study finds

British cycling team provides inspiration for Expedia’s push for customer centricity
Firm adopting approach to incremental gains and continuous improvement

‘We’ll put the O back in OTA’, says new Expedia boss
Mark Okerstrom indicates no great departure from the predecessor’s strategy

Expedia vows to disrupt the hotel revenue management sector
Firm aiming to build a globally adopted tool

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