There's been a shift. A shift in how we work, a shift in our priorities, and a shift in our mindsets. But what's shifted in business travel? After months of being grounded and spending more time at home, companies are reevaluating in-person meetings and thinking twice before approving a trip. The question becomes - how will companies start to prioritise what happens face-to-face vs. virtually? It starts by defining meaningful travel.
Corporate travel is beginning to recover – and reshape itself – post Covid-19. Travellers are keen (and confident) to get back on the road. As they do, new trends are coming to the fore.
Driving operational efficiency. That’s the goal for anyone in the procurement game in 2021 and beyond.
Business travel is slowly but surely bouncing back after a difficult COVID year. South African companies are looking forward to resuming in-person business dealings, and soon the prospect of international travel may be back on the cards too.
Download our guide to learn more about the developments within the NDC space and its impact on your travel programme.
Safety and Risk playbook for travel managers in 2021. Make a complex landscape simple again.
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.
In this informative guide, you will discover the 5 ways connected managers can use Big Data smartly to create efficiencies and drive travel programme savings.