Viator Then & Now [Infographic]

Jessica Malnik
Jessica Malnik
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Viator Then & Now [Infographic]

Viator Moves from a Curated Platform to an Open Platform

Big news in the tour and activities space broke today as Viator announced plans to move from a curated platform to an open platform. We’ll break down what this means for tour operators with listings already on Viator, as well as those that are interested in getting on board.

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Writer Jessica Malnik

Jessica Malnik

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