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In this informative paper, we’ll share the travel risks you should be paying attention to, the warning signs of traveller burnout and how you can use technology to mitigate all these risks.
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Local events around South Africa can impact the availability and cost of your travels. Use our calendar to better plan your corporate travel in 2019.
Seventy-five per cent of businesses around the world have at least one woman on their senior management teams. In Africa this number rises to an impressive 89%.
The increased use of mobile devices for travel purposes has been nothing short of dramatic since Apps first appeared a decade ago.
Whether you are a seasoned RFP pro or just starting out, structuring an effective RFP for your business travel needs can be challenging at times. The process can be long and arduous so it is worth taking the time to come up with the optimal process.
“Big Data” is everywhere. Today, Google receives 40,000 search queries every second; Facebook users send 31.25 million messages and view 2.77 million videos every minute. Yet less than 0.5% of all data is ever analysed – let alone interpreted and the findings used to improve a product or service.
As travel spend rises, so too does the criticality of travel management. In 2016, half of corporates spending half a million (or more) on travel contracted with a single TMC for managed travel services worldwide.
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The World Travel and Tourism Council and Travelport says that $1.3 trillion will be spent on business travel globally in 2017 and will to rise by 3.7% per annum over the next ten years.