Is the Travel Business Model Overdo for an Update?

 

The state of the travel industry is still largely up in the air, with a new variant of COVID-19 making its way around the globe and supply chain shortages, labor challenges and more setting obstacles in the way of growth for airlines, hotels and more.

But is the entire travel business model due for a shake-up?

Elsewhere certainly thinks so.

The organization bills itself as a “passionate community of travelers and in-destination experts, all driven by a commitment to outstanding trips.” Destination experts road from locales around the world help travelers “travel fearlessly and spontaneously” and leverage both a crafted itinerary and on-the-road concierge service at their final destination.

These on-the-ground partners are a huge part of the elsewhere experience, said Alexis Bowen, Co-Founder, who joined MarketScale to share thoughts about the company’s attempt to disrupt the legacy travel business model and leave their destinations better than they found them.

They accomplish that alongside those on-the-ground partners, aiming to provide a mutually beneficial relationship for all parties involved – and some truly incredible trips.

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