Travel for Free

I discovered the most amazing way to travel for discount prices and stay in 5 star resorts, how to get free airline tickets and rental cars and I'm sharing it all on Sunday at 9pm -- its like Costco or Sam's class for travel but even better.
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Reduce your program’s carbon footprint

all about CO2 emissions, climate change and steps you can take to reduce or offset your travel program’s carbon footprint. The subject matter experts from Climate Neutral Group will also provide you with valuable tips on how to help your travelers make the most sustainable choices while they’re travelling for business. Together with René Toet and Marjan Verbeek, Climate Neutral Group, we discuss how organizations can reduce and offset their carbon emissions to achieve their sustainability goals.
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Virtual Reality Trends in the Travel Industry


For nearly three decades in travel industry sales and marketing, which have included publishing, trade shows, video streaming and corporate trade. John C. Graham turns his multi-faceted expertise to a powerful new force, namely Virtual Reality Media. The goal at Perillo Travel VR, as Virtual Reality Video has become mainstream media, is to make it available to all categories of travel suppliers.
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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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Traveler-Driven Program and Policy Adjustments to Consider in the Next Era of Travel

Between the pandemic and economic turbulence, the past two years have caused a seismic shift in the classic types of business travelers. Pre-pandemic road warriors may be traveling less, while remote workers gathering for team meetings have created an entirely new category of travelers. These and other shifts require travel managers to take a more nuanced look at who’s traveling and how they’re spending, then adjust policy to fit these new or changed traveler types.
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