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You may hear the terms virtual reality and augmented reality thrown around interchangeably, but they in fact accomplish two very different things. We discuss the difference and the benefits of the two within business travel.
As we welcome 2023 many organisations are looking ahead to the new year and new opportunities. ESG (environmental, social, and governance) obligations are top of mind, with issues around sustainability and diversity, equality, and inclusion driving broader strategies for many businesses around the globe. Companies are still grappling with new ways of working – not to mention navigating the current economic environment.
Stronger recovery than expected, sold out planes, trains and hotels, soaring prices, etc. For companies and buyers, there is very little room to manoeuvre and they no longer have the same bargaining power as they did in the past. Have suppliers finally seized control? In view of these new challenges, TMCs must find the right strategies to help companies provide effective support for their travellers whilst controlling costs. At the heart of this ecosystem, TMCs have to find the right balance between technology and people.
Discussions around climate change and sustainability have intensified over the last year. The planet is facing a climate catastrophe – unless there is immediate action. According to Bonnie Smith, General Manager at FCM South Africa, this shift will impact leisure and business travel alike, with travel management companies (TMCs), travel managers and bookers playing an increasingly important role in responsible travel and the implementation of real, measurable solutions.

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