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
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.
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
In an exclusive study conducted by TRBusiness and Swiss business intelligence and data firm m1nd-set, nearly 60% of international travellers said they would like to see more from affordable luxury brands in duty free and
Inside the Cask has been in place only for a few months, however the number of visitors to the site and subscribers to the blog continues to grow. A big thank you to all my
The U.S. Preclearance service is looking to expand its reach beyond its existing locations, such as Dublin Airport in Ireland.
Take your choice in travel retail 21st century style by Martin Moodie from the Moodie Davitt Report.
Andy Morton at just-drinks has recently published an article entitled ‘The end is nigh for Global Travel Retail’.
Hard to believe that the UK government has still not made a decision on how to expand its international transport capacity…
More specifically, with Nestor Sanajko, the Global Clients Services Senior Manager at the Advantage Group.
Andrew Watson is the co-founder of the global airport app FLIO. Their premise is “One App. All Airports”. FLIO’s aim is to be the only airport app passengers will ever need…
DFS Group CEO Philippe Schaus has made a strong argument for change to the Global Travel Retail (GTR) traditional airport concession model.
Back in 2013, I had the idea to trial influencing the shopper via a PoP Up store at Edinburgh Airport and by sheer coincidence, there was a BBC documentary being filmed at the same time called
The Trinity Forum, the world’s leading airport commercial revenues conference, is coming up soon in India from 12th to 14th September. I have read this weekend an article within the MoodieDavitt Report linked to this event