Engaging Stakeholders In Managed Travel

August 25, 2017

As the quest for travel program compliance and savings remains the focus at many companies, travel executives reported that quarterly, if not monthly reporting to senior management, chief financial officers, and business unit budget owners has become more important in the past year, according to results of a new survey conducted by The BTN Group and American Express Global Business Travel.

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Business travel safety 101: Keeping employees safe on the road

whitePaper | December 14, 2019

Business travelers are increasingly aware of the challenges they face when leaving the office. A study by American Express Global Business Travel and the Association for Corporate Travel Executives found that more than anything else, today's business travelers want a better sense of security when traveling on behalf of their organizations.

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TripLeverage Whitepaper

whitePaper | July 23, 2021

Business travel is a branch of the tourism industry focusing on visitors who travel for business and professional purposes. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the share of GDP generated by the business travel market reached 0.7 percent in 2019. In that year, the business tourism spending worldwide - which has more than doubled since 2000 - peaked at roughly 1.28 trillion U.S. dollars. Corporations use a wide variety of ways to book from legacy booking systems to using regular consumer websites. It has given rise to modern Corporate Booking Platforms that are specifically made for this purpose, based on this trend we identified an enormous opportunity for a crypto company to jump on this trend and be able to have an extremely disruptive and superior go to market strategy.

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Virtual collaboration: Enhancing your travel program

whitePaper | March 2, 2020

Integrating virtual collaboration in your managed travel program can make you much more important to your business. It extends your reach to include a strategic responsibility for virtual collaboration, which no one else has picked up in most companies. It also presents a new savings opportunity. This white paper offers a starting point to embark on the total collaboration journey.

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WHERE TO STAY WHEN TRAVELLING FOR WORK

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

Flight Centre Business Travel is part of the Flight Centre Travel Group, one of the world’s largest travel companies. This means we have global negotiation strength larger than many other travel management companies (TMCs). With this negotiation strength, we can access special corporate rates at a vast range of hotel options in all corners of the globe. And the longstanding relationships we’ve built with airlines and hotels means we have the ability to include extras in our rates, such as free wi-fi and free breakfast. These add-ons enhance business travel experience, improving comfort and increasing productivity while travelling for work, as well as passing savings to your company. This is all part of our global smartSTAY corporate benefits programme, and is offered as standard to all Flight Centre Business Travel customers

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Restarting Permissible Business Travel

whitePaper | May 24, 2021

Optimism is growing for a return to business travel. 79% of Travel Managers and GBTA members say they would be “very comfortable” or “comfortable” traveling after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. 55% of Travel Managers say business travelers are “willing” or “very willing” to travel for business, up from 49% at the start of 2021. To help you lead the restart of business travel for your organization, here are 7 key steps to consider.

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5 themes shaping travel & hospitality in 2020

whitePaper | December 6, 2019

2019 was a year of expansion for hospitality worldwide. More people were travelling, as the growing global middle class flexed its spending power. Travellers became increasingly discerning as digital platforms gave consumers a greater ability to choose exactly what they wanted from their hotel experience. Anticipating even more growth, the global hospitality development pipeline hit a record high, with hundreds of thousands of rooms under construction worldwide.1 But what does 2020 hold for the hospitality sector? Against the background of an uncertain global economy, a wave of new capacity coming onstream and – above all – ever more discerning, digitally-empowered consumers to delight, how will hotels compete and maintain or grow their profitability? This article identifies five themes that will shape the industry over the next 12 months, and beyond.

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