Posts Tagged:Airbnb

Airbnb says Travel is Coming Back

In its first earnings report as a publicly-traded company, Airbnb beat its revenue estimates and delivered a hopeful forecast for the coronavirus-battered travel industry, expressing optimism that people’s appetite for new destinations will grow this year as vaccines begin to finally make a dent in the pandemic. “Travel is coming back and we are laser-focused on preparing…

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Amazon + Whole Foods = Retail Whammo!

Amazon + Whole Foods = Retail Whammo! Today we can’t avoid Amazon constantly being in our field of vision. I’ve written about all the ways Amazon innovates, all the arenas they play in, all the ways they disrupt…. but with their acquisition of Whole Foods, this is Retail Armageddon. As the outspoken Gary Vaynerchuk puts…

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#SuperBowl as a #SoapBox

#SuperBowl as a #SoapBox. According to Kantar Media, “The average cost of a 30-second ad in the Super Bowl rose to $5 million this year, from $4.8 million last year and $2.4 million in 2007.” And let’s not forget the additional millions brands spend producing, promoting, and feverishly marketing to get their money’s worth. So…

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