Traveler Value Index webinar

What do your customers value most in their travel experience?

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Webinar: The Traveler Value Index 

Date: July 28

Time:

Duration: 60 minutes  

How people think about and plan travel has changed in the last 18 months. The pandemic will have a lasting impact on travelers’ preferences and behaviors.

To keep a pulse on what people are thinking, we commissioned a new study of 8,000 global travelers. Whether you are in the vacation rental and hotel industry or air, car, and cruise, insights from this research will help you better understand your customers.

What we’ll cover:

  • The impact of vaccines on the travel industry
  • A ranking of traveler values and how they shift by travel segment (transportation, vacation rentals, and conventional lodging), geography, and age group
  • The rise in values-based travel decisions, including traveler preferences for sustainability and inclusivity
  • How to adapt to these preferences and capture post-pandemic demand

Why Expedia Group?

Millions of travelers visit Expedia Group sites every day to shop for their travel needs. We use multiple factors, including traveler search criteria and past booking behavior, to deliver optimal property search results that provide travelers with the most relevant properties and deals every time they search. Understanding the factors that influence your display can help you optimize your visibility and boost the bookings generated for your property.

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Speaker Bios

Greg Schulze, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Strategic Travel Partners, Expedia Group

Greg Schulze is the Senior Vice President and General Manager for Strategic Travel Partners at Expedia Group, representing some of the best brands in travel, including Expedia, Hotels.com, Travelocity, Orbitz, Hotwire, Wotif, and Expedia Cruises. His team manages leisure and corporate relationships with Expedia Group’s travel partners, covering hotel, air, car rental, rail and cruise. He spent five years in Singapore before recently relocating back to the United States. Greg served as a director for Air Asia Expedia and is currently on the board of directors of Traveloka and the US-ASEAN Business Council. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Northwestern University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of North Carolina.
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Hari Nair, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Lodging and Activities Account Management, Expedia Group

As global Senior Vice President and General Manager of Expedia Group Account Management, Hari oversees all facets of the business including hotel and activity supplier relations, strategy and business.

Nair joined Expedia Group in 2002, and has held a variety of roles including Vice President and General Manager of Orbitz.com and CheapTickets.com, and most recently the Senior Vice President of Expedia Group Media Solutions. Prior to joining Expedia, Hari worked in corporate training and food and beverage operations at Oberoi Hotels, a leading luxury hotel chain. Hari holds a master’s degree in Hotel Management from Cornell University.

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Paul Bragan, Senior Partner, Wakefield

One of the country's leading research experts in the field of understanding respondent priorities and unmet needs, Paul Bragan is Wakefield’s Senior Partner and brings more than a decade of research experience with some of the country's most recognizable brands – from Microsoft to MasterCard, Procter & Gamble, and Pfizer.  His research is regularly featured in top-tier national and global media – both online and print.

Paul has developed unique methodologies for understanding key decision-drivers and for testing new product concepts among Gen-X, millennials, and baby boomers to discover what's resonating at both the functional and emotional levels. Paul is a graduate of Georgetown University.

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