6 Ways to Save Money on Business Travel

TripActions

While corporations have intensified the focus on traveler satisfaction in managed travel programs, savings remains a top priority. What are the best ways to drive savings in managed travel and what are some of the innovative new practices to stretch travel dollars? Listen as travel managers and an industry consultant share their tips during this 60-minute BTN Group thought-leadership webinar, sponsored by TripActions.
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Spotlight

The reality of a multi-generational workforce has begun to emerge at many companies and with its pressures to adapt corporate travel policies and practices. About half of 139 travel managers surveyed earlier this year by The BTN Group and Travel and Transport said they were concerned about the impact of younger travelers over the next three years.

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What can we find out by tracking tourists - VTIC Webinar Series

Victoria Tourism Industry Council

Martin Anderson of Tourism Research Technology presents Gulliver, the real time tourist tracking platform that is set to change the way you think gathering and analysing data on tourist behaviour. This webinar covers: - How real-time tracking stacks up against paper-based surveys - What influences tourist behaviour while they are in your region - A sneak peek at a some very new data from a recent project
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Best Practices in Business Travel: Booking

Business Travel News

With so many ways to book business travel, what are industry best practices for managed travel programs? How should companies configure, communicate and set policies that best balance compliance and savings with traveler satisfaction and experience? Register now to hear leading practitioners share their experiences and practices in this 60-minute BTN Group thought-leadership webinar sponsored by Air Canada.
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900M Visitor Arrivals into Asia Pacific by 2023

Pacific Asia Travel Association

It is common knowledge that tourism has become one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world, providing countless benefits in each destination. Driven by the growing purchasing power in emerging economy markets, increased air connectivity, and more affordable ways to travel, Asia Pacific is expected to receive a large influx of arrivals as the result of increased intraregional demand. Between 2018 and 2023, it is expected that there will be a 6.2% average annual growth rate of international visitor arrivals (IVAs) from Asia to Asia Pacific. The average annual growth rate of IVAs from all markets to Asia Pacific is predicted to be at 5.5% during this time, which will see the region welcoming nearly 900 million visitors by the end of 2023.
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Tips and Tools for Marketing Your Travel Business

ACTA

Tips and Tools for Marketing Your Travel Business.
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Spotlight

The reality of a multi-generational workforce has begun to emerge at many companies and with its pressures to adapt corporate travel policies and practices. About half of 139 travel managers surveyed earlier this year by The BTN Group and Travel and Transport said they were concerned about the impact of younger travelers over the next three years.

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