Learn how PayPal is helping shape the future of travel


In association with: PayPal

Travel firms specialising in international and domestic travel alike are having to come to terms with a new landscape for the industry – and access to robust and exclusive insight will be key to navigating the road ahead.

For more than 20 years, PayPal has supported organisations of all sizes with a range of end-to-end payment solutions and services, helping travel businesses create and retain brand loyalty and trust.

Now, PayPal is taking that support for travel organisations to the next level by teaming up with leading analyst company TrendWatching to produce an in-depth analysis of the latest industry trends.


The free report: “The new traveller: key trends in 2022 and beyond” is packed with insights that need to be on your radar, from the growing importance of conscious travel to how the metaverse is reimagining the booking and discovery process for your customers.

The report also takes a deep dive into the rise of super apps, with convenience-seeking travellers looking for tools that bring together multiple services throughout the travel journey.

These apps go beyond planning and booking, encompassing ground transportation, reservations and more, and will play an increasingly important role in how the industry interacts with consumers.


How PayPal can help your business thrive

As an established and well-known payments brand, PayPal can help you create memorable buying experiences for your customers, encouraging them to return, boosting conversions and fuelling new revenue.

With more than 425 million active users globally, PayPal can help you create delightful payment experiences for your customers and be the catalyst for your business growth.

Find out more and download “The new traveller: key trends in 2022 and beyond” for free here:



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