Recent research revealed, on average, 60% of business travellers follow their company travel policy all or most of the time. This percentage is however, significantly lower in Asia. Why are business travellers tempted to deviate from policy?
It’s quite surprising the number of organisations that don’t have a full travel risk management plan and a crisis response plan.
CM Travel Solutions has released an infographic summarizing bleisure travel trends in Asia and statistics uncovered from their recent global bleisure survey.
The move to a mobile world came in tandem with a move to a self-service world in which travellers can book travel and communicate directly with travel suppliers to better manage their trips.
The last 2 years have brought a number of prominent incidents that captured the attention of the public. These included terrorist attacks in Paris, Brussels and Istanbul as well as earthquakes which have hit Japan, Ecuador and Myanmar.
Travel managers have traditionally been encouraged to keep their travel costs under control. That premise is being challenged by travel management companies which believe travel should be seen as an investment instead of a pure cost. After all, how can a business grow and achieve its goals without business travel?
In an increasingly dangerous world, your duty of care obligations to your business travellers should be at the top of your corporate agenda.
Whether you find the experience of business travel enjoyable, or are prone to traveller fatigue, one thing is certain. Few enjoy doing their expenses once the trip is done.
Effective travel management lies in knowing when to use the various tools at your disposal – when to ‘do it yourself’, when to use an Online Booking Tool (OBT) and when to turn to your trusted Travel Management Company (TMC).
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Blockchain has been reigning as the trending tech buzzword for the past year. The technology has been making headway in Asia Pacific, predominantly in the banking and financial industry where firms have started exploring it for improving customer experience.