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If you’re one of the many organizations that has downsized or restructured your travel department due to COVID-19 and now find yourself strapped for resources – a travel department review could well be in order.
Our friends to the south have always allowed Canadians to enter throughout the pandemic, but the good news is that most of us can now return home without the need to quarantine. To get you going, we've put together a comprehensive outline of everything you need to know to prepare for your trip.
Effective August 30th, 2021, Canadian travellers who have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus will be allowed to travel to London without having to quarantine. To get you going, we've put together a comprehensive outline of everything you need to know to prepare for what might be your first international trip in a while.
Sustainability is no longer just a buzzword or trending topic. It’s been engrained into how we run and conduct business. Travel is no exception, with more than 50% of travel managers indicating their commitment to sustainability targets in a recent survey.
If your company is considering revamping their approach to risk management, you’re not alone. According to a recent industry survey, there are quite a few companies that could do with a spoonful of TMC expertise and a shot of tech intelligence.
With the recovery of travel, we’re seeing a surge in bookings related to physical meetings and events. As we begin to transition from virtual and hybrid events back to in-person, we take a look at what’s ahead for this year and into 2022.
Business travel programme data is not only about your hotel bookings, flight tickets and transfer journeys.
The advantage of having the highest quality clean data is that you have instant access to quick actionable elements of your programme to better shape your travel spend.
There is no point having copious amounts of data if you can’t check it continuously and whenever the need arises.
We know that a web interface will not always be the way a client wants to access their data. Not all of our customers in the future will want to log into a reporting platform to see their data.
There is no crystal ball to tell us when exactly travel will return, or what we can definitively expect to change, but we know that heightened hygiene measures stemming from Covid-19 will be a critical part of travel moving forward.
As travel content adapts to fit the change and evolution of the situation, Sabre shares their insight on the global trends unfolding in the industry, what areas continue to be a key focus going forward, and how their organization is stepping up internally to navigate through this pandemic.