A White Paper by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Accenture on shaping the digital agenda to drive growth in airlines and travel has been released and is available online. Below is some of
I was happy to contribute to the ‘Ten Easy Pieces’ feature on The Moodie Davitt Report. This is where they get up close and personal with leading travel retail personalities via ten snapshot questions. Here is just
The question posed by the 2017 Trinity event held in Bangkok in Thailand was ‘How does airport retail remain relevant in a changing world’. This event is the world’s most influential airport commercial revenues conference, established
Independent Campbeltown distillery Glen Scotia is set to launch a new limited edition Glen Scotia Single Cask release in partnership with World Duty Free and Edinburgh Airport. Just 204 bottles of the 26-year-old Glen Scotia
more specifically the week spent in Cannes due to the annual TFWA World Exhibition & Conference and its early starts, late finishes, long list of meetings and networking opportunities via industry events….
Black Friday was originally an American tradition taking place on the day after Thanksgiving. Retailers usually offer massive discounts and most of us will have first heard of it due to early morning stampedes taking
The future of travel retail is available now as these 5 steps show ways that already exist and could be incorporated to improve the channel and its commercial output.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) is known as one of the classic blue chip nurseries for talent and their graduate programme has always been highly sought after across UK university campuses and beyond. Recently, The Times
Orlando has always been one of my favourite global travel retail (GTR)/ duty free shows but over recent years the show has seemed quieter, with a decline in numbers confirmed by the organising association for
If you had the power to trial and test a different approach to the food & beverage (F&B) offer at any given airport, in order to increase revenue and improve the satisfaction of travellers, what