Travel Tech Innovator Gives a Vision for Hospitality’s Future

Even as COVID’s Delta variant surges across the US, interstate tourism ebbs and flows between setting new highs and lows, with states like Florida seeing tourism numbers higher than pre-pandemic levels, while the TSA reports a 10-week low in travelers as the pandemic resurges in parts of the country. How is this remaining uncertainty in the return of travel en masse impacting the hotel and tangential decentralized rental ecosystem, as well as the day to days of hospitality property managers?

Marcus Rader, co-founder and CEO of Hostaway, an all-in-one vacation rental property trusted by industry giants like Expedia, Airbnb, Tripadvisor, Booking.com, and more, joined MarketScale to give his perspective on where the future of travel lies in a market more frequently being disrupted by decentralized rental companies and software solutions.

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