TripActions' prowess for fundraising is on display again. After pulling in $154 million in Series C funding in November, the growth-hungry digital travel management company today announced its Series D funding round of $250 million from the same crop of investors, led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. Co-founder and CEO Ariel Cohen spoke with The Beat.
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LoungeBuddy has discontinued third-party relationships, including those with corporate travel players SAP Concur and Expedia-owned travel management company Egencia.
The Boeing 737 Max has been grounded since mid-March, pending software updates and regulatory reviews. Even after service is restored, traveler sensitivity may linger.
The New Distribution Capability is a technology standard with a straightforward premise: to modernize airline distribution in the agency channel. To travel management companies, however, it's anything but straightforward.
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