Sunday January 21, 2018
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Virtual Reality makes great holiday gift, now 15% off
Time to start thinking about Christmas shopping and virtual reality is the perfect gift to boost your agency sales.
360-degree tour of G Adventures’ Base Camp
Adventure travel specialist G Adventures gives us a tour of its headquarters in downtown Toronto.
Travelweek’s VR app recognized by EyeforTravel Start-Up Awards
Travelweek's virtual reality platform has been nominated to receive an award at the EyeforTravel Start-Up Awards this month in Las Vegas.
Summer sale on professional virtual reality headsets, now only $119
Curious about how virtual reality technology might help your agency? There’s never been a better time to find out.
TPI using virtual reality technology to drive sales
‘Try before you fly’ virtual reality (VR) technology is revolutionizing the travel industry and Travel Professionals International (TPI) is leading the pack.
Virtuoso’s 2017 Incubator lineup includes Travelweek’s Explor VR
Explor VR has been handpicked by Virtuoso to take part in the luxury retail organization’s Virtuoso Incubator tech start-up program,
Germany launches VR experience to celebrate Reformation anniversary
Churches all across Germany and around the world are gearing up to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and its famed leader Martin Luther.
Virtuoso Incubator chooses Explor VR platform for 2017 tech program
Virtuoso, the international network of luxury travel agencies, has chosen Xplr VR, Travelweek’s virtual reality platform that launched nationwide in Canada last fall.
Minimal cost, maximum impact: how VR helps clients connect with destinations long before they arrive
Of all the tech trends to come along in the past several years, few are more well-suited to the home-based retail industry than virtual reality (VR).
Apps are not enough: agents need VR and Chatbots
Digitally savvy clients want more from their travel agents than just a website or an app, reveals the WTM Global Trends Report 2016, in association with Euromonitor International, released today at World Travel Market London.
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What to expect when you arrive for your wedding with Melia Cuba
Melia Cuba tells us what clients can expect when they land at the resort for their destination wedding.
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