As Domestic Sales Slow, Travel Sites Go Global – New York Times

Link: As Domestic Sales Slow, Travel Sites Go Global – New York Times.

As bookings in the United States have stalled for most online travel agencies, companies like Expedia, Travelocity, Priceline and others have found that their investments in foreign markets are paying off — especially in Europe, where their bookings jumped about 30 percent last year. Although doing business in foreign markets can be complicated, executives and analysts said these efforts can also be lucrative.

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