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February 20, 2018

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Club Travel Corporate is a corporate travel management brand established in response to the very specific needs of corporate travel as identified over two decades of experience in the South African travel industry.

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The State of Hospitality Distribution: Direct Bookings

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

Commissions, rising acquisition costs, price undercutting – it’s hard to be a modern hotelier and it means that the channels they directly control are more vital than ever before. In the right hands, direct channels and strong funnels to them give hoteliers critical breathing room in the cut-throat world of online accommodation. They can generate big savings for a brand, allow ownership of customer data and potentially help to generate long-term loyalty.

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BIG DATA FOR BETTER TOURISM POLICY,MANAGEMENT, AND SUSTAINABLE RECOVERY FROM COVID-19

whitePaper | December 22, 2021

Tourism suffered the greatest crisis on record in 2020. International arrivals plunged by 73% as the COVID-19 pandemic prompted nearly all governments around the world to introduce a range of measures to restrict travel, including border closures to tourists.

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Safeguarding the future of travel

whitePaper | July 8, 2021

This whitepaper explains: Travel is an ultra-high-risk sector for card acquirers because most payments are for future delivery. If merchants fail to fulfill a service for which they have taken payment (often months in advance) customers can recover their money from the acquirer by initiating chargeback. Acquirers traditionally demand substantial cash collateral (holdbacks) or other financial security from travel merchants to mitigate this risk. Holdbacks lock away substantial funds for travel companies and can therefore be highly damaging to liquidity. High-profile collapses and the COVID-19 crisis have driven acquirers to impose harsher terms or quit the travel sector completely.

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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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The Evolving Digital State of the North American Travel Industry

whitePaper | January 5, 2020

The US travel space is rapidly changing. Driving this disruption are three major trends that go hand-in-hand: personalization, early stage consumer acquisitions, and mobile. Personalization is the biggest trend in travel. As of 2017, 57% of US travelers felt that brands should tailor their information based on the personal preferences or past behaviors of consumers. Google and other industry tech giants, like Facebook and Amazon, have been leading this charge through earlier, customized consumer acquisitions. The use of mobile has been paramount in the personalization of travel sales. Mobile also serves as a key platform in early customized consumer acquisitions, experiencing a 50% uptick in travel-related questions stemming from smartphones.

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Achieving Breakthrough Savings with Traveler Demand and Behavior Strategies

whitePaper | February 22, 2020

For most travel managers, corporate travel spend is expected to decrease while expectations for a pleasurable travel experience remain high. Of travel dollars going toward internal initiatives alone, most companies already spend more than 50% of their budget. In response, Advito’s April Bridgeman and LinkedIn’s Leslie Hadden share their tips to faciliate the most practical, enjoyable and cost-effective travel experiences for employees.

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Club Travel Corporate is a corporate travel management brand established in response to the very specific needs of corporate travel as identified over two decades of experience in the South African travel industry.

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