Gone are the days of buying and selling physical tickets to attractions. With e-tickets, travel agents can engage and pre-sell to “invisible travellers/customers” who are increasingly booking online, says Chan Chee Chong, CEO of Globaltix at Bash (Build Amazing Startups Here) in Singapore on November 18. Gone are the days of buying and selling physical
GlobalTix agrees S $ 12.5 million in capital-raise to accelerate expansion to other Asian markets. GlobalTix Pte Ltd, a Singapore-headquartered start-up founded by brothers Chan Chee Chong and Chan Chee Kong, announces the completion of a growth investment round from Tin Men Capital. GlobalTix owns and operates an e-ticket distribution platform serving the tourism industry
GlobalTix was founded by brothers Chan Chee Kong (COO) and Chee Chong (CEO) in 2014 after noticing that the tours and activities segment did not have a GDS in the same way airlines and hotels do. The capital will be used to accelerate GlobalTix’s growth and its expansion in key Asia markets. The company has
What’s the state of booking tech in Asia? Here’s a take from a Singapore CEO who’s driving change in the region. by Jenna Blumenfeld | Jun 22, 2019 source: https://arival.travel/globaltix-ceo-on-the-future-of-booking-in-asia/ Online booking of tours, activities and attractions is rapidly accelerating, and underpinning this is software that can serve the rising tide of travelers who want to book experiences online—and
Singapore-headquartered GlobalTix, a provider of e-ticket distribution solutions for the travel and tourism industry, has secured S$12.5 million (US$9.13 million) in a growth investment round from existing investor Tin Men Capital. Founded by brothers Chan Chee Chong and Chan Chee Kong, GlobalTix operates an e-ticket distribution platform for offline and online travel agencies. With the
A Small Office and A Prediction “6 years ago, we were just a team of 6 in a small office at Butterfly Park with one dream. To make an impact in the tourism industry with a technology that was considered an outlier at its time. At that time, digital bookings were not considered the norm.