Your travel program has a direct impact on your company’s bottom line, so it’s essential that travel managers, travel buyers, procurement, and finance understand its effectiveness. While it may be... Continue reading

As a new decade begins, many of the trends that impacted the world of corporate travel in the late 2010s will continue to cause a ripple effect in the industry. A technology boom is still reshaping... Continue reading

Ahead of corporate travel supplier negotiations, here's what you can do to prepare. The travel and expense (T&E) line item is one of the largest controllable expenditures in a company’s budget. To... Continue reading

In the business world, the doors open around 8:00 a.m. and close around 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday. While many employees head home to enjoy the weekend, a handful of employees are stuck on the... Continue reading

For many organizations, meetings and events are handled separately from corporate travel. In fact, more than half of companies book meetings through unmanaged channels. Yet, over the past five years,... Continue reading

Since ground transportation is an integral part of business travel, travel managers need to pay close attention to safety and security issues. As part of duty of care, organizations need to assess... Continue reading

Guest post contributed by Corporate Spending Innovations The hospitality industry has been making headlines over the last decade, and not in ways that hotel managers particularly like. The prevalence... Continue reading

Educating travellers about risks on the road is an important part of duty of care. An engaged traveller is an aware traveller. It's often easy to forget that the conditions we experience in our daily... Continue reading

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