Last year, we conducted our State of the Market Report which surveyed 1,600 business travel managers, bookers and travellers to gauge their feelings on the outlook of business travel. Now, we’re taking a look back to see how these stats held up.
TMCs themselves have contributed towards the globalisation of travel by consolidating to grow revenues and to provide services multinationally. Technology has also enabled the big TMCs to offer both online booking tools and a more ‘high touch’ service where required.
The touch-down of COVID in South Africa, our country’s weakened economy, a high demand for adherence to stringent safety protocols, combined with a gradual approach to the resumption of travel
Although business travel resumed in South Africa, the pandemic has kept everyone on their toes with regulations changing frequently. Find out how you can unlocking business travel through data and technology.
If the departure point was, as it should be, to expect the unexpected always, organisations would be thinking of and preparing for every eventuality – the potential scenarios of corporate travellers being the victim of cybercrime, in a car accident or even the psychological and physical impact of too much business travel.
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The World Economic Forum predicted that by 2020, we will collectively produce an astounding 44 zettabytes of data – that’s 40 times greater than the number of observable stars in the universe, or equivalent to all of the grains of sand on all of Earth’s beaches. Sounds like Big Data, right?
Our latest white paper ‘Guiding Lights’ explores the role of today’s Account Manager as a business analyst, strategic thinker and trusted advisor.
In an age where gender diversity is a red-hot topic, are corporate travel programmes conditioned to treat their male and female travellers the same or is the trend towards personalisation and the cost of talent retention forcing travel managers to consider whether a more tailored approach is beneficial?
With unprecedented times comes the need for flexibility, especially with something as important as travel policy. While the common solution may be changing your travel policy all together.
With the traditional hotel request-for-proposals (RFP) season kicking off this time of the year, most travel buyers find themselves struggling to determine how to approach the process for their 2021 programme. Is now the right time to review and renew existing hotel agreements?