How to Set Up and Manage a Travel Program

Lorman

This program will describe the travel agency marketplace and guide listeners through the process of selecting and contracting with an agency. This OnDemand Webiner will cover how to leverage that relationship to identify, secure, and support other preferred supplier relationships. This program will offer a valuable perspective, especially to non-travel specialists, on how to create a successful travel management partnership.
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Spotlight

Tourism is one of the fastest growing economies of the word. This does not only imply that economic growth is increasing, but also that more travellers demand a greater variety of destinations and attractions and that the experiences tourists are seeking are becoming diverse. In view of these changes sustainable development of tourism are becoming an increasingly complex matter to achieve. Recently, the Nordic countries have experienced a rapid growth in numbers of visitors. At some popular nature attractions this has resulted in crowding, environmental damage, costly rescue operations and overload on public infrastructure. Economic instruments such as entrance fees are frequently proposed to regulate and manage the volume of tourists to vulnerable sites and nature in general. While being common in many countries throughout the world, economic policy instruments seem to have a somewhat limited applicability in the Nordic countries, mainly due to the public rights of access. In view of this, the aim of this report is to make some assessments of the extent to which economic instruments can be implemented in the various Nordic countries.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Welcome Back to New Zealand with Collette & the New Zealand Tourism Board

Collete

Travel Weekly for a live webinar on Wednesday, June 15 at 2 p.m. ET and learn about all you can expect on a journey to New Zealand now that they’re welcoming travelers again! Collette’s South Pacific Product Design Manager Roger Clulow and Haydn Fitzpatrick of Tourism New Zealand will lead you through the unique experiences you and your clients can enjoy with Collette in “The Land of The Long White Cloud
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Webinar The Modern CFO's Approach To T&E Management

Travel expenses often account for at least 10% of a company’s budget, and yet many organizations still don’t have optimal visibility or control over that spend. In the face of this glaring disconnect, what’s a modern CFO to do? In this webinar, TripActions’ VP of Finance, Francis Moran, and Expensify’s Director of Sales, Garrett
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The Debrief: State of the Travel Industry

U.S. Travel Association

U.S. Travel President and CEO Roger Dow and Senior Vice President of Research David Huether provided a recap of 2018's performance, the economic outlook for our industry in 2019, and U.S. Travel's priorities for the year ahead.
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How will PSD2 SCA impact the travel industry?

Worldpay

Worldpay is thinking beyond the conventional to drive your business forward and navigate the complexity of the constantly changing payments industry!
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Spotlight

Tourism is one of the fastest growing economies of the word. This does not only imply that economic growth is increasing, but also that more travellers demand a greater variety of destinations and attractions and that the experiences tourists are seeking are becoming diverse. In view of these changes sustainable development of tourism are becoming an increasingly complex matter to achieve. Recently, the Nordic countries have experienced a rapid growth in numbers of visitors. At some popular nature attractions this has resulted in crowding, environmental damage, costly rescue operations and overload on public infrastructure. Economic instruments such as entrance fees are frequently proposed to regulate and manage the volume of tourists to vulnerable sites and nature in general. While being common in many countries throughout the world, economic policy instruments seem to have a somewhat limited applicability in the Nordic countries, mainly due to the public rights of access. In view of this, the aim of this report is to make some assessments of the extent to which economic instruments can be implemented in the various Nordic countries.

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