Custom Travel Services Market Predicted to Witness Sustainable

Custom Travel Services

Latest research document on ‘Custom Travel Services’ market is added in AMA database providing detailed insights on growth factors and future strategies. The study breaks market by key regions that includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific with country level break-up and provide volume* and value related cross segmented information by each country. Some of the important players from a wide list of coverage used under bottom-up approach are

Read More

Treebo Hotels Raises $6 Mn In Funding to Ramp up its Tech Offering to Small and Medium Hotels

The funding round was led by Treebo’s existing investors Matrix Partners India, SAIF Partners, Ward Ferry and Bertelsmann India.

Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox

Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now!

3 min read

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

You’re reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.

Bengaluru-based budget hospitality chain Treebo Group of Hotels has raised USD 6 million

Read More

ITC Fiama launches ‘MyHappimess,’ an initiative to lead conversations on mental well-being on World Mental Health Day

In an endeavour to understand the changing attitude and behaviour of Indians towards mental health and well-being, ITC Fiama with Nielsen, a leading market research company, conducted one of India’s largest online surveys on Mental Health. Over 700 individuals between the age of 18-45 years, men and women, across 15 cities in India participated in the survey. The study revealed that 77% individuals feel conversations around mental health and wellbeing

Read More

Bereft Of Jet Set, NY Luxury Hotels Welcome Last-minute Locals

John Farrell and his wife booked a $1,000 room in the morning and were in New York hours later for their one-night stay.

The couple is part of a new local and last-minute clientele keeping the lights on at the city’s most luxurious hotels now that the coronavirus has chased off the international jet set.

The yellow taxis and limousines that used to pile in front of swanky hotel The

Read More

Rising coronavirus cases in El Paso County could impact business reopenings

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated after initial publication to include information about Gov. Greg Abbott permitting bars to reopen and remarks from city and county leaders. 

El Paso nurse talks about new normal during the coronavirus pandemic



When Gov. Greg Abbott relaxed how many people can dine at restaurants and occupy other businesses in El Paso and across Texas, there was a condition:

Read More

Elf on the Shelf TV Shows, Movie, and Specials on Netflix

Gather your holiday helpers around the TV! Netflix recently announced it will be airing a slew of brand-new Elf on the Shelf programs for preschoolers this year. According to a press release, Netflix has partnered with The Lumistella Company to create a collection of both animated and live-action movies, series, and specials centered on the beloved elf and his pals.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Netflix to create

Read More

Hotels and Hospitality Management Software Market | Reduction in Overall Operational Costs to Boost the Market Growth

The global hotels and hospitality management software’s market size is poised to grow by USD 1.14 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of about 5% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to

Read More

Alaska Airlines allowing members to convert travel credit to miles

a large passenger jet flying through a blue sky

© Provided by The Points Guy

MSN has partnered with The Points Guy for our coverage of credit card products. MSN and The Points Guy may receive a commission from card issuers.

The coronavirus pandemic is driving airlines to offer passengers more flexibility. Change-fee waivers continue to be extended, new bookings offer flexible rebooking options and mileage expirations are temporarily suspended.

Generally speaking, you won’t get a full refund when

Read More

Will Meetings And Events Ever Be The Same? 41 Clever Things Hotels Are Doing To Keep Them Safe

The meeting and wedding planning industries have been rocked during the Covid-19 pandemic, and they may continue to feel the effects for years to come. While online alternatives like Zoom will put a dent into the events business, many hotels are staying laser-focused on recovery even if the path forward presents unusual

Read More

The Best New (and Newly Updated) Luxury Hotels to Visit in New England This Fall

The world may feel like a very different place than it did last autumn, but thankfully nothing has changed the changing of the seasons. Fall still brings the colorful kaleidoscope of transforming foliage, best experienced in New England, the country’s leaf-peeping capital. This season, several new (and newly updated) topflight hotels are beckoning sophisticated travelers to their stylish suites, luxe spas, locavore restaurants, expansive grounds and the autumnal views that

Read More

A Possibility for Jump-Starting International Travel

A partnership between the World Economic Forum and a nonprofit trust called the Commons Project Foundation has resulted in CommonPass, a digital product that can show a traveler’s recent Covid-19 test results and other information to immigration officials so that they know the traveler meets that nation’s health standards for entry.

With backing from American Express Global Business Travel, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airlines, and other travel-related firms, pilot

Read More

IKEA Plans to Open 50 New Stores Around the World

Photo credit: VCG - Getty Images
Photo credit: VCG – Getty Images

From House Beautiful

It’s no secret that retailers have taken a hit this year. In 2020, Macy’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Bath & Body Works, and Tuesday Morning all announced store closures across the country. Not to mention, Pier 1 Imports announced all its stores would be closing for good. Despite the “retail apocalypse” as its been deemed, there is one

Read More

COVID hotels for Bay Area homeless residents set to close

The Bay Area is winding down the grand experiment that sheltered thousands of its homeless residents in safe environments during the pandemic, raising fresh concerns about the spread of COVID-19 as officials scramble to find alternative housing.

Gov. Gavin Newsom launched Project Roomkey in April, a first-of-its-kind program that moved unhoused residents into hotels to protect them from the virus. Six months later, with federal funding sources poised to expire,

Read More

New collection of essays recalls wild adventures in a recent, but very different, Alaska

By Doug Pope, Cirque Press, 138 pages, 2020. $15

’The Way to Gaamaak Cove, ’ by Doug Pope

What do you do when you’re a 40-year-old river rat and mountain climber, and you need to find a new adventure? If you’re Doug Pope, you get married.

Pope is a lifelong Alaskan who grew up to be an attorney, but who really wanted to maximize his time outdoors. I suspect he

Read More

Hilton, Marriott, other hotels not all doing COVID-19 cleaning basics


Hotels are hoping for an upswing in travel and want you to know your experience will be safer, and cleaner, during the coronavirus pandemic.


No one wants to find a dirty rag in their sink when checking into a hotel room. But during the coronavirus pandemic – when guests expect their rooms to be spotless and free of germs – finding a room that hasn’t been fully sanitized

Read More

Travel Begins to Bounce Back in China During Golden Week Holiday

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: Travel Begins to Bounce Back in China During Golden Week Holiday

© Photo by AP Photo/Ng Han Guan
Travel Begins to Bounce Back in China During Golden Week Holiday

Some 637 million residents of China traveled inside their country during the recent eight-day Golden Week holiday, spending tens of billions of dollars at a time when officials hope to get consumers to spend more and perk up the economy.

More than 45 percent of China’s 1.4 billion people traveled during

Read More

Manifest Travel Club Launches Three New Chapters in Santa Barbara, San Diego and Phoenix

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Manifest, the exclusive, chapter-based lifestyle and travel club that provides custom-crafted getaways to unique destinations within the U.S. paired with private plane service, announced today the launch of three new chapters in Santa Barbara and San Diego, California; as well as Phoenix, Arizona. Founded by Jeff Potter, former CEO of Frontier Airlines and Exclusive Resorts as well as Los Angeles-based Surf Air, Manifest

Read More

Virtual theatre festival will feature over 20 productions from around the world

Jersey City Theater Center is preparing its 2nd annual 10-day “Voices International Theatre Festival” from Thursday, Oct. 15, to Sunday, Oct. 25. The virtual program will feature 24 productions from 20 countries with many taking a look at the fractured state of the world this past year.


Load Error

Live and recorded full productions will be viewable online. Productions include 21 theatre companies from Europe, Eastern Europe, South Asia, Asia,

Read More

Trump turned his hotels, resorts into ‘Beltway’s new back rooms,’ New York Times reports

Trump attended 34 political fundraisers at his hotels and resorts that brought in $3 million in revenue, the Times reported.

Read More