Exploring Gen AI in travel should go beyond just B2C-focused travel search and booking.
In the final episode of our The Great Inversion podcast series, we discuss the growing landscape of mobility solutions.
Exploring the dynamic landscape of evolving transport modes and emerging innovators in our final chapter of The Great Inversion series.
In today's episode, we dive deep into the nuances of the "From Transactional to Relational" trend, a central pillar of The Great Inversion.
We delve into the seamless integration of travel into our daily lives. Omnipresent travel content leads to new forms of travel distribution.
We shed light on the transformative shifts in the travel landscape, from the hybrid world of "Blurred Travel" to the intriguing universe of "Trip3".
Corporate venture capital (CVC) is mission-critical to unlock radical innovation. This also applies to the airline industry. Find out which airlines are leading.
We examine the sweeping transition from isolated transactions to enduring relational engagements in the travel industry.
Maybe it's fair to admit that easing airport lines and refining baggage claims is less of a priority than solving the energy transition.
As part of our The Great Inversion research series, we delve into the evolving meaning—the “means”—of travel that will redefine our industry.
In episode two, we explore how "Communities Define Demand". This covers niche-focused travel demand, and the rising luxification of travel.
After almost a full year of silence, we're back with Season #2 of the TNMT Audio Briefing. In this first episode, we briefly introduce "The Great Inversion".
Dive into the "Communities Define Demand" travel trend, exploring niche-focused demand, the review economy, and the rising luxification of travel.
This is the introduction to our latest research series—The Great Inversion. It’s our core industry thesis decoding the future of Travel and Mobility.
The number of the most innovative companies by industry sector. Tracked over time.
The metaverse doesn’t exist yet, but innovative experiments are laying the groundwork for a synergetic immersive travel experience.
Watch our brand-new AI-powered video format summarizing our latest research piece on the startup airline decline.
Another year, another story—or not? Travel and Mobility Tech's publicly listed category leaders are off to a turbulent start in 2023.
The airline industry is experiencing a never-before-seen decline in the new formation of airlines. This will likely lead to a lack of innovation.
We want to present you with some of the most interesting metaverse use cases launched by travel brands over the past 18 months.
ChatGPT has officially replaced NFTs (and the metaverse) as the tech trend du jour. What are the implications for the travel industry?
With China lifting its travel bans, global air travel capacity is almost back at pre-pandemic levels.
We have read all major trend reports that speculate about the future of travel. Here’s our selection of the 10 (+1) most inspiring pieces worth your time.
What are some of the most interesting travel innovation areas we will see emerge in the years to come? Find out in our 2022 startup trends report.
How did the TNMT Market Index perform in October? Let's take a look at the 40 most relevant Travel and Mobility Tech companies.
How did the TNMT Market Index perform in September? Let's take a look at the 40 most relevant Travel and Mobility Tech companies.
How do airline executives perceive the current state of the aviation industry? To get a better sense, we analyzed the earnings calls of major airlines.
In today's edition, we talk about NFTs and crypto and how they have been applied in the travel industry so far, especially by airlines.
We analyzed the Twitter performance of the leading 100 TNMT players to crown the winners and learn from their marketing tactics.
We discuss how the pandemic-induced work revolution is blurring the lines between the home and office as well as business and leisure travel.
We analyzed the 2022 market movements of leading startups-turned-public-companies in travel and mobility.
The pandemic-induced work revolution is blurring the lines between the home and office as well as business and leisure travel.
We decoded the SPAC hype of the last two years and explored its ongoing potential for Travel and Mobility Tech companies.
The age of stay-at-home stocks may be on the way out while travel services recover rapidly. 2022 will be the judgement year for travel vs. tech.
Tracking the market movements of leading startups-turned-public-companies in travel and mobility.
One of the most interesting trends in our sector this year is the merging of travel and mobility with financial services.
There are many lessons to be learned from startups that didn't make it. Check out this overview of the biggest startup failures in Travel & Mobility Tech.
Our annual startup financing report about the changing innovation dynamics in the Travel and Mobility Tech landscape post pandemic.
We took a deeper look at return-to-office ratios in different cities of this world by analyzing Google Mobility data.
A modern-day mega-trend, sustainability is the most relevant commercial force of innovation shaping the travel and aviation sectors.
Get a complete overview of all privately-held startups in Travel and Mobility Tech with a company valuation of at least 1 billion US dollars.
All startups in Travel and Mobility Tech that are currently valued at more than $1 billion.
This report analyzes the ecosystem of over 250 relevant startups offering virtual solutions bridging physical and remote business interactions.
We compared the favorite virtual work use cases to predict their long-term viability by quantifying consumer and investor interest.
People crave to travel again: 44% of travelers plan to treat themselves and splurge on travel, lodging, and vacation this summer.
Travel experts from companies like Amadeus, Skift, and BCD Travel provide their predictions on the future of business travel post-Covid.
Software is eating the world and business travel is no exception. Some thoughts and figures about the multifaceted and tough return for business travel.
Mapping the 100 most-funded startups that challenge the need for business travel.
Comparing the market cap of innovative companies vs. the broader market during the pandemic.
This free report highlights the major trends in the Asian Travel and Mobility Tech sector, from its early days to the game-changing year of 2020.
Video calls are just one segment in a rapidly expanding ecosystem of “virtual substitutes” that continue to replace physical interactions.
Video-conferencing company Zoom is now worth more than the 15 largest airlines in the world.
Our newsletter's growing bounce rate mirrors the dramatic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the workforce in our sector.
Gleb Tritus, Managing Director of the Lufthansa Innovation Hub, discusses how the 2020s will become the most pivotal decade for our sector.
Comparing the odds for a V-curve vs. U-curve vs. L-curve progression down the road for the Travel and Mobility Tech sector.
The video conferencing company Zoom is now valued more than the combined market capitalization of the five largest airlines in the world.
Millions of people have been working remotely from home, replacing face-to-face business meetings with video technology. Will this trend last?
At the DLD conference, we hosted a keynote and panel on the most promising startups in our sector with the CEOs of Hopper, Tripactions, and Tourlane.
The Airline Digital Index (ADiX) quantifies the degree of digitalization of 26 major airlines in Europe and the Americas.
A mapping of the leading 150+ New Transportation companies, ranging from e-scooter and shared-bike operators all the way to space-travel providers.
This report deep-dives into the state of innovation in Travel & Mobility Tech, studying the industry's investment activity and most funded startups.
An interactive animation of venture capital investment flows by country.
Startups used to laugh at Corporate VC, but things are now shifting in the opposite direction. Might corporates even be the better VCs?
We used AI to analyze the major topics discussed by banking analysts and the top management of five major airlines during 60 earnings calls.
Visualizing the ten largest exit deals (acquisitions or IPOs) that took place in 2018.
Thousands of startups around the globe are working on innovative solutions to make travel more frictionless. An overview of trends.