dnata’s acquisition of bd4travel marks a new phase in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) in the travel industry
bd4travel’s AI-driven personalisation technology to grow internationally following the acquisition of a majority stake by dnata, part of The Emirates Group.
Hilton crowns travel start-up bd4travel the winner of exclusive hospitality pitch event
bd4travel @ ITB: Zahlreiche News, Vorträge und Wegweiser für den Reisevertrieb im digitalen und rechtlichen Wandel
Auf der ITB zeigt bd4travel, wie Künstliche Intelligenz, Personalisierung und individueller Kundennutzen in Zeiten der Digitalisierung und DSGVO optimal zusammenfinden.
At TTE bd4travel will spotlight the understanding and management of individual customer value and benefits of GDPR.
Sean brings over 20 years’ experience in leading international commercial teams gained through roles at companies such as Expedia (SVP Worldwide Sales and Marketing, Expedia Affiliate Network) and Secret Escapes (CSO). In his new role, he will be overseeing the revenue and sales development of bd4travel.
bd4travel is bringing travel technology for intelligent personalisation to a new level at the ‘Village Digital’. Product recommendations, personalised sorting and targeted campaigns: bd4travel provides exactly the right experience for digital travel shoppers
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There is no simple “silver bullet” answer to making better use of customer data to personalise the experience travel firms offer on their websites.
In Travolution´s travel technology yearbook 2018, the travel trade reflects on the main trends in travel and technology. bd4travel is part of those …
Dnata, an air services provider that is part of the Emirates Group, has acquired a majority stake in Bd4travel for an undisclosed amount.
Die BD4Travel-Gründer um Andy Owen-Jones holen einen potenten Investor an Bord. Der Emirates-Group-Ableger Dnata beteiligt sich an dem deutsch-britischen Anbieter von Personalisierungstechnik.
Other multiple award winner included metasearch giant KAYAK which took home the Best Metasearch and Best for Flying awards, Travel Republic for Best Technological Innovation with Bd4travel and Best for Holidays, and icelolly.com which won the Rising Brand and Best Use of Social Media awards.
The hype around artificial intelligence (AI) is staggering. It’s difficult to pick up a technology publication today without seeing some reference to AI, but what does it mean for the travel industry? Is AI here to stay, or just the passing technology du jour?