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The New Role of Mobile for Travel Brands in the Era of Covid
The New Role of Mobile for Travel Brands in the Era of Covid
Acceleration is an understatement for the role digital is playing for connection, entertainment, and online shopping.
According to Adobe’s data, it would have taken between 4 and 6 years to get to the levels of ecommerce that we saw in May if the growth continued at the same levels it had for the past few years.
Globally, mobile showed its highest growth in July* with increased usage of 70%. As consumer behaviors have shifted, the expectations have also escalated. With travel reopening, there is a need for mobile devices to both transact and enhance digital self-service to limit live interactions. Contactless will be the new normal and a top opportunity to enhance travel safety in the era of Covid‑19.
*Global Web Index, Coronavirus Research, Wave 5, July 2020
Join Branch and Adobe for a peer-to-peer discussion on how to support your customers in their long-awaited return to travel through improved and enhanced mobile experiences. We invite you to join by audio and video.
Topics we’ll cover:
  • 4 key themes in a post-Covid travel era
  • The worst of the declines are behind us
  • Consumer behavior is changing
  • Contactless is the new normal
  • The importance of flexibility and insurance
For more information:
Ivy Portwood
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