Beth Chapman

Beth is a Market Development Manager based in our London office and works with a variety of travel businesses globally. Since graduating from King's with a History degree, Beth only has eyes for the future - working in a variety of tech start-ups and Saas businesses. Key facts: Started Qubit in December 2015 Loves: Jazz history, travel (obviously), prawn crackers and festival season Hates: Haribo

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Future of Travel: Game-changing digital innovation from MSC Cruises

Travel

MSC Cruises is the world’s largest privately-owned cruise line and brand market leader, sailing to over 150 destinations worldwide, including year-round cruises in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. This month they unveiled their fleet-wide digital innovation programme, MSC for Me, which puts guests truly at the centre of their business and technology investments. We caught up with Luca Pronzati, Chief Business Innovation Officer, for our upcoming report, Future of Travel: Man vs. Machine, and here we share his thoughts on how MSC Cruises are using technology to enhance guest experiences.

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Future of Travel: ‘Plan less. Live more,’ Amir Segall, VP International at HotelTonight

Travel

Founded in 2011, the Silicon Valley start-up HotelTonight has had a meteoric rise. Reaching profitability in just six short years it is now the leading platform for last minute hotel bookings with over 21 million app downloads. The latest data on the booking window for hotels shows 50% of bookings in the US are made within 3 days of check-in, and in Europe it’s 50% within 7 days, HotelTonight seeks to make it as easy as possible for customers to ‘plan less’ and ‘live more’, offering last-minute rates on unsold rooms.

We caught up with Amir Segall, VP International at Hotel Tonight, ahead of his key note presentation at our upcoming event, Future of Travel: Man vs. Machine, to give you a sneak preview of his thoughts.

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We hosted our first event on Diversity

Qubit news

Qubit prides itself on its culture, it’s part of the reason we attract the best talent!

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Four digital challenges for hotels and how to solve them

Travel

Traditionally, hotels have focused their efforts on providing a superior in-hotel customer experience. Hiring the best people to service their guests and providing luxurious facilities to promote their venue used to be enough to ensure customer satisfaction and loyalty.

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