Susan Grows Customer Engagement At Wakefield Farms

Wakefield Farms

Susan Borck purchased the Wakefield Farms property in Brenham, Texas in 1998 as a weekend respite from hectic city life.  In 2002, she moved to the property full-time and Wakefield Farms the bed and breakfast was born. The grounds included a cottage built in the early 1850s by German immigrants as well as a historic farmhouse and schoolhouse. To this day, the property is an active farm with goats, sheep, and chickens.


Matt’s Trotamundo – Cross Country Road Trip

We took a break at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. What an incredible view unlike anywhere else in the world

To break the trend of boring, foreign Trotamundos in amazing places like Cambodia, Mexico, South Africa and Thailand (how many beautiful beaches can we have, people?), I decided to keep my Trotamundo “Made in the USA.”  I was partly inspired by some friends’ recent cross-country adventures which had the appealingly grungy, Kerouacian vibe of a [...]


HITEC Conference Preview: The Forward-Thinking Ideas of Keynote Speaker Rachel Botsman

Rachel Botsman

This year’s HITEC Conference features three great keynote speakers. We at buuteeq are especially excited to hear Rachel Botsman’s talk on Tuesday, June 24th. Botsman is a trailblazing writer and thinker on collaborative consumption, a subject that’s near and dear to our business. In her 2010 book, What’s Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption is [...]


CEO Forest Key On buuteeq Joining The Priceline Group

Photo booth collage from June 10th celebration.

Things are about to get a lot more awesome.  On June 10, buuteeq joined forces with The Priceline Group, one of the world’s leading Internet companies and the global leader in online accommodations. This new strategic direction now vaults us into the best possible position for transforming the digital marketing experience for hotels worldwide. The Priceline Group [...]


Your Bookers May Be Pantless …

  Or otherwise indisposed. Why?  Because most of the mobile audience is chillaxing at home when they research travel. Fuzzy slippers, rollers, eating marshmallow fluff straight out of the jar … You know how it goes. This is because travel shopping is a “lean-back” activity, says eMarketer. The mobile travel audience overwhelmingly researches and books in [...]