WHERE TO STAY WHEN TRAVELLING FOR WORK

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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Maritime Travel

Maritime Travel Inc. began with a single storefront called Maritime Travel in 1949. Since then, we've become one of the largest independent travel agencies in Canada. Today, our retail operations consist of 115 locations from coast to coast with 18 locations branded LeGrow's Travel in Newfoundland and Labrador, several branded Voyages Maritime in Quebec and Northern New Brunswick and the remainder branded Maritime Travel right across the country.

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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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whitePaper | January 21, 2020

Explore the award-winning biometric and AI technology of NEC, unlocking uninterrupted kerb-to-gate travel with just a simple smile.

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BOOKING BUSINESS TRAVEL FOR BEGINNERS

whitePaper | November 8, 2019

When it comes to booking business travel, whether you’re responsible for the travel arrangements of a small company with frequent, high-spending travellers, or a business owner who struggles to manage their own bookings, this guide will simplify everyday corporate travel processes. Flight Centre Business Travel has a team of over 170 Travel Experts that book business travel every day. There isn’t anything they don’t know about arranging corporate travel, which is why they’re our ‘experts’. And as Experts, they have some invaluable advice for others that are booking travel for business.

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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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The sharing economy: Does it have a place in your managed travel program?

whitePaper | February 26, 2020

Thanks to major media exposure for companies like Airbnb and Uber, the “sharing economy” has emerged as a hot topic in travel, technology and business alike. In the consumer sector, Airbnb and Uber have been successful and have expanded rapidly.

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7 KEY DIGITAL DRIVERS OF THE TRAVEL & LEISURE INDUSTRY

whitePaper | February 10, 2020

In recent years, there have been remarkable breakthroughs in technology which have led to exciting advancements in the way travel and leisure operators conduct business and attract new consumers. It’s been a period of discovery, with operators finding that the strategies that worked in the past, don’t work now. As the recent fate of Thomas Cook shows, there has been casualties as a result. Technology developments are showing no sign of slowing down, as innovation races to keep up with consumer’s expectations. While some brands have already adopted experience apps and slick social media campaigns, others are still in the discovery stage; soaking in insight while incrementally applying updates to their business model. The more businesses lag behind, the more their counterparts will thrive, and that’s a dangerous position to be in. Generation Z, the first digitally native generation, is quickly moving into the prime purchasing position.

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Maritime Travel

Maritime Travel Inc. began with a single storefront called Maritime Travel in 1949. Since then, we've become one of the largest independent travel agencies in Canada. Today, our retail operations consist of 115 locations from coast to coast with 18 locations branded LeGrow's Travel in Newfoundland and Labrador, several branded Voyages Maritime in Quebec and Northern New Brunswick and the remainder branded Maritime Travel right across the country.

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