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Daily Podcast: The Power of the Post-Pandemic Business Traveler

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, January 25, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: The Power of the Post-Pandemic Business Traveler

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Subscriptions Make Gains for Laptop-Lugging Remote Workers — Deloitte

The consulting giant hones in on corporate travel and remote work trends in its latest annual tourism outlook, while labor shortages also dominate the year ahead.

Subscriptions Make Gains for Laptop-Lugging Remote Workers — Deloitte

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Sabre Exec Joining Board of India’s Yatra in Win for Activist Investor Maguire

Sabre’s chief commercial officer Roshan Mendis has become an independent director, which seems enough to settle a dispute that could have derailed Yatra's plan to go public.

Sabre Exec Joining Board of India’s Yatra in Win for Activist Investor Maguire

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European Cities Target Digital Nomads With These New Pitches

Funnelling budget to target these more affluent, longer-stay visitors makes sense. It might even address the labor crunch. But cities probably shouldn't take their eyes off traditional tourists at this delicate time.

European Cities Target Digital Nomads With These New Pitches
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Insights Deck: 7 Trends That Will Define Corporate Travel and Expense in 2022

In a world of rapidly evolving regulations, corporate travel managers must streamline communication with business travelers in their organizations to align around processes and goals. This new insights deck explores the state of corporate travel and expense as companies embark on new journeys ahead in 2022.

Insights Deck: 7 Trends That Will Define Corporate Travel and Expense in 2022

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Pressure Mounts on Universities to Get Students, Professors Traveling This Year

An unexpected push from the education sector will be welcome news as the Omicron variant continues to dent travel confidence.

Pressure Mounts on Universities to Get Students, Professors Traveling This Year

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Corporate Travel Planners Need to Meet These Expectations Now: New Research

With travel restrictions varying from country to country and week to week, planners have to consider multiple factors when managing business trips. Are their needs and expectations being met? A GBTA survey tried to find out.

Corporate Travel Planners Need to Meet These Expectations Now: New Research

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Too Early to Tell if Pfizer Job Cuts Tied to More Virtual Meetings Will Be a Trend

The vaccine maker’s decision to axe client-facing sales roles, and increase the number of virtual meetings it has with customers, shouldn’t ring alarm bells among the travel industry just yet.

Too Early to Tell if Pfizer Job Cuts Tied to More Virtual Meetings Will Be a Trend

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Travel Outfits Offer Solutions to Companies for Pandemic Worker Burnout

Why 2022 could be a bumper year for company-sponsored working holidays that fend off pandemic-induced exhaustion.

Travel Outfits Offer Solutions to Companies for Pandemic Worker Burnout

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Business Travel Shakeout Begins as Pfizer Axes Staff on Virtual Meetings Rise

As more companies are unveiling plans to send less staff on the road in years to come, corporate travel hitting pre-pandemic figures anytime soon is increasingly looking inconceivable.

Business Travel Shakeout Begins as Pfizer Axes Staff on Virtual Meetings Rise

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TravelPerk Enlists Former Booking.com CEO to Scale Up After Raising $115 Million

Gillian Tans is now back in the travel space after investing in the corporate travel agency and joining its board. Here’s what the Spanish startup hopes to gain.

TravelPerk Enlists Former Booking.com CEO to Scale Up After Raising $115 Million

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Companies Allow Travel Again But Keep It on the Down-Low

These travel managers have no regrets in keeping things hush-hush among employees, because why risk everything when all it takes is another variant to emerge? Backtracking after a two-year hiatus is, understandably, not something they're prepared to do.

Companies Allow Travel Again But Keep It on the Down-Low