Atomize and Travel Market Life Launch Photographs & Memories Podcast Series

Travel Tales from Travel People, First Up Gene Quinn Paying Homage to Philip Wolf

United Kingdom, London, England. May 24, 2021

On May 19 the first episode of the bi-weekly Photographs & Memories podcast series by Atomize and Travel Market Life went live. On the show, a different member of the global hospitality community shares their favorite travel memories, personal stories about trips, and their experience in the industry in each episode.

In the show's debut season, Photographs & Memories host Michael McCartan, Chief Growth Officer at Atomize, welcomed eleven memory makers including including the group head of travel products at Collinson, the head of technology at WeWork Japan and the MD of DataArt UK, among others. They each brought their three favorite photographs from past trips as well as one souvenir to talk about during the 20-minute episodes. The guests share their special memories from past travels and why they mean so much to them as McCartan explores the significance of each photo and the keepsake.

"Many of us are part of the hospitality industry due to our love of travel, people and community. Over the past year, a lot of that has been taken away since we couldn't travel or even meet in person. Our goal with Photographs & Memories is to showcase the people of our industry, their stories, challenges and joys and to celebrate the rich tapestry of people and cultures that make up the hospitality sector. In Travel Market Life we've found the perfect partner to accomplish this," says McCartan.

The launch episode featuring Gene Quinn, the co-founder and CEO of Tnooz (which became Phocuswire), will be followed by ten more episodes with industry veterans from around the world. The idea behind inviting guests to share these personal anecdotes, is to offer a welcome break from the stress of hoping and planning for recovery. While many hospitality professionals have been forced to embrace this more analytical and impersonal work, Photographs & Memories is meant as a reminder of what's at the core of the travel and hospitality industry: personal experience and human connection.

"We're excited to work on this project with Atomize, to take a moment to appreciate our own travels and memories as we prepare to welcome travelers back. As an industry we're so used to sharing our travel tales while on the road, and limited digital networking has restricted the chance to hear stories that develop such deep and personal connections. With Photographs & Memories we want to give our guests and our listeners a chance to pause and reflect on cherished memories before they go right back into the throes of hospitality and memory making," says Ryan Haynes, director of Haynes MarComs Digital Marketing Agency and founder of Travel Market Life.

All episodes of Photographs & Memories will be available via the links below:

Website:

https://www.travelmarket.life/photos-and-memories

iTunes:

https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/travel-market-life/id1509755017

Google:

https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS85ODkwMjMucnNz

Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/show/77FDIDwYGK25RORZjGFCPM

Deezer:

https://www.deezer.com/en/show/1133502


Gene Quinn is the first guest, paying homage to Philip Wolf
Gene Quinn became an entrepreneur at 50
Each guests talks about three photographes and one sou
/ SLIDES
Tags: podcast, travel, hospitality, professionals, stories, experience, media, revenue management, atomize, marketing

About Haynes MarComs LTD

About Travel Market Life

Media Contact:

Ryan Haynes
Director
Travel Market Life
T: +1 079-195-10051
E: ryan@haynesmarcoms.agency
W: http://www.travelmarket.life

Subscribe to our newsletter
for more Hotel Newswire articles

Related News

Choose a Social Network!

The social network you are looking for is not available.

Close
Coming up in October 2021...

Revenue Management: Monetizing All Offerings


Of all the departments within hotel operations, Revenue Management may have been the hardest hit, due to the pandemic. The logic goes - no revenue, no need for revenue managers - so many industry professionals were furloughed. If business rebounds in 2021, as expected, then hotel management will have to determine when prevailing occupancy levels justify bringing back their revenue management team. Also, the pandemic seems to have exposed some weaknesses in the traditional RevPAR models. There is a growing understanding that it is no longer sufficient to use a "revenue per available room" model; instead, hotels are adopting a TRevPAR model (total revenue per available room). This model recognizes that revenue streams from other departments are just as important as the revenue gained from rooms. As a result, hotels are looking at ways to monetize any and all hotel offerings - from dining outlets and spas to outdoor function spaces and local partnerships. The October issue of the Hotel Business Review will examine these developments and report on how some leading hotels are executing their revenue management strategies.