Informative tips and guidance to help simplify your business travel.
Insightful reporting that is accompanied by expert analysis also mitigates common travel pain points around traveller visibility; travel risk management; ability to demonstrate ROI; and booking leakage. Here are the five hallmarks of great travel reporting.
It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic will transform travel dramatically and redefine travel risk management to a whole new level. This article reveals insights into how successful organizations have steered travel risk management during COVID-19.
Nervous trepidations or confidently excited? What’s going on inside the mind of your travelers right now. Now that some borders are opening up, businesses have started to test the water of business travel – but how are travelers feeling about returning to the skies and roads?
Whether you are a seasoned business traveler or heading out on your first trip there are a number of new factors to consider when preparing for your trip. This guide and handy checklist can help.
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.
You may be wondering what TSA, CATSA and airport vendors are doing to encourage health and safety for transiting passengers. Here is a handy FAQ that may help guide what you can anticipate when at the airport.
After months of lockdown and social distancing, travelers will need to feel confident that their safety is prioritized before they hit the road. Understanding traveler sentiment and readiness will be key.
Join Flight Centre Travel Group’s senior procurement leaders as they dive into the results of the State of the Market Survey.
Businesses have had immense pressure to continually reforecast budgets with each major announcement made as a result of COVID-19. So, what (and how) do you budget for 2021?
Travel program leakage is the bane of any travel program manager the world over. Before COVID-19 hit, businesses were seeing dollars and productivity hour’s march out the door as employees chose to book outside of the travel policy and expense claim back at a later date.
During these challenging times a company’s culture is truly put to the test. Those with a genuinely strong employee culture who ‘walk the talk’ will now see their commitment return dividends.
There has been a call recently from certain travel industry bodies to eliminate Hotel RFPs for a year or more. This approach would see 2021 rates mirror those set for 2020, and no new negotiations until the 2022 season. FCM Consulting provide some perspectives on the topic.