Showcasing Ireland’s strengths as a central journey tech hub, Enterprise Ireland will host the following day hosts its annual Travel Tech Summit, ‘The Future of Travel’, at Hayfield Manor Cork. Over eighty executives from the Travel Tech industry will meet and pay attention from leading travel stakeholders consisting of Jet Blue Technology Ventures, American Airlines, Lonely Planet, IAG (International Airlines Group), Radisson Hotel Group, Aer Lingus, IHG, as they share insights into the evolving tour marketplace and how they are remodeling to satisfy the needs of converting purchaser expectations. The Travel Tech Summit will cover innovation, project investment, loyalty, retention, technological advances shaping groups, customer reviews, and expectancies.
With over 100 tour tech companies in Ireland, using over 3,500 humans, Ireland has emerged as a leading travel tech hub producing worldwide enterprise leaders such as CarTrawler, Datalex, and OpenJaw. The annual Travel Tech Summit will exhibit Ireland as the central journey tech hub that fosters innovation and is domestic to tested information and skills.
The Summit may also show off a brand new wave of excessive appearing Irish travel tech startups pitching for the ‘Enterprise Ireland Pioneer Travel Tech Award’ to be announced at the event on the 17th of April. Companies raising for this award include; Urban Fox, ServisBOT, Culture Mee, Moby, Travaplan, and Meetings Booker. Last 12 months’ winner, Campsite, just secured $500,000 in funding from Motley Fool Ventures.