28 février 2020
We have a fresh batch of content on our Taylor Wessing Download site which provides insights into the legal implications of the latest media and technology developments.
This month, Download focuses on TravelTech, which will continue to boom for B2B and SaaS businesses as well as consumer-centric offerings this year, but which also faces challenges in the form of increasing regulator scrutiny and geopolitical pressures. We take a look at growth areas, the developing regulatory framework, and at the potential for TravelTech to reduce the impact of travel on the environment
Richard Bursby predicts growth areas and trends for TravelTech.
Tom John looks at opportunities for TravelTech as consumers place an increasing emphasis on environmentally friendly travel.
Lucie Audibert looks at transparency requirements for travel booking websites.
Josh Dowson looks at the recent CJEU ruling which confirmed that AirBnB is an ISS and can benefit from the country of origin protection under the eCommerce Directive.