Best Practices in Business Travel: Booking

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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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ROYAL CARIBBEAN CAN PROCESS YOUR CUBAN VISA at the embarkation terminal for an additional cost of $75 per person, which will be charged to your onboard account on Day 1 of the cruise.

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This is How to Safely Start Business Travel

Video: How to Get Back to Business Travel Safely In our recent survey, the majority of travel managers said they expect business travel to resume at their organization by September. During this discussion, get the information you need to safely restart your travel program and prepare your travelers for getting back on the road.
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2018 Corporate Travel Industry Forecast webinar

Open Destinations

How will 2017 factors affect buyers and suppliers in business travel, over the rest of the year and into 2018? What can travel program stakeholders anticipate for price developments in air fares and hotel rates? Prepare for the industry in 2018 by attending our webinar to learn more about: Forecasts for air, hotel, meetings and ground transportations The influence of global and regional macroeconomic factors Key industry developments and their effect on managed travel Recommendations for optimizing supplier negotiations Insights on alternative accommodations & hotel direct booking
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Travel & Tourism Panel: Localization Strategies & Processes

Wordbee

In this panel webinar, experts are fielding questions about the evolving requirements for localization in the travel and tourism sector and the strategies that are currently working well for their teams. The context for this discussion is the travel and tourism industry itself, where deadlines are often tight, content to be localized is voluminous due to content marketing needs, and ideas and strategies in content marketing are continuously changing, requiring adaptations from localization teams along the way.
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Fundamentals of Online Travel Marketing

fredericgonzalo

Today, travelers don’t purchase packages like they once did. We search online, base our decision-making on reviews made from strangers, share experiences – good and bad – on social media, and even buy our airline tickets or make hotel reservations on our smartphone. When it comes to travel marketing, and more specifically online marketing, travel brands often struggle with the endless possibilities, new technologies and emerging social networks. Whether you are a destination, a hotel or B&B, a transportation company, a restaurant, an attraction or perhaps a travel agency or tour operator, it’s certainly a challenge to keep up with the changes and prioritize among the meaningful tactics that will generate the best bang for your buck.
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