Welcome to TWbusiness:am your new daily breakfast news alert brought to you by the team that produces the travel industry’s number one weekly trade magazine Travel Weekly.
It will seek to bring you all you need to know at the beginning of each working day not just about the travel industry but the world of business, finance and commerce.
The launch coincides with another significant development in TWgroup’s digital armoury as Travel Weekly’s first iPhone app launches on the iTunes app store bringing news, features, jobs and our TravelHub social networking site direct to your phone.
Each day TWbusiness:am will include travelweekly.co.uk’s top news, comment and analysis and a selection of headlines handpicked by our editorial team from authoritative sites focusing on the world of business from around the globe.
The alert will arrive in your inboxes by 9am each morning. It won’t seek to overload you with information you don’t need to know and has been specifically designed to be simple to use and compatible for smartphones and other mobile internet devices.
Lee Hayhurst, Travel Weekly head of news, said: “We’re conscious that people these days are extremely busy and are often bombarded by emails.
“TWbusiness:am aims to arrive at the time you want it and contain the information you need. Travelweekly.co.uk has a fantastic record of breaking the biggest news travel industry stories online over the last 12 months and we intend to continue to do so.
“This breakfast digest will complement the service we already provide for those people working at a senior level in the travel industry who these days expect to get their industry news immediately and online.”
The launch of TWbusiness:am comes after the Travel Weekly magazine unveiled a new look during its 40th year in 2010 with a design and format tailored specifically for its core travel agent readership.
Lucy Huxley, TWgroup editor-in-chief, said: “Publishing in the digital age means we can adapt our products for specific segments of our readership.
“While the weekly publication will continue to provide must-read news, product information and analysis adapted for its readership, travelweekly.co.uk, now supported by the new TWbusiness:am breakfast alert, will increasingly drive the news agenda online.
“It’s important that the TWgroup is seen as both the authoritative voice when it comes to the key breaking news that impacts on the travel industry, as well as a vehicle to engages with the travel agent community and wider travel trade in a magazine format that is lively and familiar to them.”
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