9 -min. read In a hyper-connected world where people are reportedly lonelier than ever, Lisa Davidson looks to technology, AI and the rise of the co-living and co-working movements for inspiration on how the travel industry can tap into the basic human need for relationships.
5 -min. read Born in Japan, the concept of ikigai is spreading much further afield as transformational experiences become luxury’s new mantra. Ana Andjelic considers why humans need purpose – and what the travel industry should be doing about it.
6 -min. read “Demand is changing; innovation is fast and well-documented; and fitness and nutrition are definite lifestyle choices that consumers aren’t willing to sacrifice whilst travelling”.
3 -min. read Forget throwing your trainers in your suitcase ‘just in case’: keeping fit is now the main event. Cue a new host of hotel bootcamps marching into town.
3 -min. read In 2016 we saw wellness grow increasingly prominent in mainstream traveller’s desires, with no sign of slowing – so what wellness trends are up in 2017?
4 -min. read As the travel industry shifts and takes stock, different buzzwords dominate the conversation. Four or five years ago, everyone was