With the Agitos now adorning Tower Bridge and Wednesday's stunning Opening Ceremony firmly re-igniting the Paralympic spirit, we're waving our ParalympicsGB flags and getting very excited about the sporting times ahead. So on your marks, get set, go for this week's Siren Social Media roundup...
Accor, one of the world's largest hotel groups, has scrapped wifi charges in up to 500 properties after research showed that the availability of free wifi was a major deciding factor when consumers book hotel rooms.
Going head to head with Groupon, Amazon has launched a daily deal website. Operating initially in London, AmazonLocal will email geographically-relevant offers to subscribers each morning, with extra reward points for those who book using their Amazon credit card.
Researchers in the US have just announced the country's top travel Apps. Interestingly, iOS and Android users spent 95% of their time accessing travel information from travel apps, versus only 5% from the mobile web.
Friday, August 31, 2012
In 2010 Green Globe Certification established a partnership with the Club Med group, to guide and improve their sustainability performance.
Club Med is the only all-inclusive resort chain to have 40 properties Green Globe certified in 20 countries.
For more information about Club Med's sustainability activities, click on the Sustainable Development tab at www.clubmed-corporate.com