The traditional RFP is on the way out. At least that’s the verdict of recent research which found that 51% of travel managers have changed their approach to hotel procurement in the last three years.
If you’re lucky enough to find yourself in Québec City, the capital of the province of Québec (nope, it’s not Montreal), get ready to be charmed by a city built on more than 400 years of history and culture.
Marriott Rewards, SPG, and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards now offer you booking, earning and redeeming at all hotels across all of our participating brands. Starting now, you only need one account to access these elevated benefits.
Traveling to San Diego for GBTA? Lucky you! The city boasts 300 sunny days per year; an international airport close to the city center. Find out more here!
FCM August Innovation Spotlight
By 2020 the millennials (those born between the first half of the 80s and the first half of the 90s, AKA Generation Y) will have inherited the world. Well, the workplace anyway. Thing is, they’re pretty much yesterday’s news already.
Customers traveling in United Polaris business and first class will be able to relax and dine before their travels in the new United Polaris lounge at New York/Newark (EWR). At over 27,000 square feet, the lounge boasts 15 different types of seating for up to 455 travelers, and comes equipped with 570 power outlets, 450 USB ports, 10 private daybeds and 10 luxurious shower suites.
Most cybersecurity experts agree that about 20 percent of travelers are subject to cyber-crime when abroad
New research by the Events Industry Council (EIC) has confirmed that face-to-face meetings and events deliver substantial benefits to the U.S. economy by not only contributing $446 billion in GDP and $104 billion of federal, state and local taxes, but by supporting 5.9 million jobs.
IHG® (InterContinental Hotels Group) has today launched voco™, its new upscale hotel brand, alongside announcing a first signing in Australia.
In early 2017 Airbnb declared itself ‘Business Travel Ready’ with the full-on launch of its eponymous program to provide business travelers the most appropriate accommodations and corporate travel managers with a range of related tools.
Research suggests that emerging technologies like AI and machine learning could contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030 , of which 55% will be due to increased productivity.