Building a mobile strategy for your corporate travel programme

| January 16, 2019

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The increased use of mobile devices for travel has been nothing short of dramatic since the first apps appeared nearly a decade ago. Smart phones and tablets are a necessity in the business travel space and most will have multiple travel apps downloaded on them in order to smooth their way through airports, hotels, car hire pick-ups, airport to downtown transport options, to digitalised expenses and the like.

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Owned by Dwayne Good, In Travel Group is a 100 % Aboriginal owned and operated corporate travel agency. In Travel Group is a boutique travel service who partner with your business to provide personalised, cost-effective, end-to-end business travel solutions.

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