The Dynamics of Packaging

Guay, Claude
September 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2004, p150
Trade Publication
Presents business models for travel providers to offer dynamic travel packages to customers in the United States. Outsourcing; Role of travel service providers; Acquisition of a dynamic packaging technology.


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