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Future of Work

Business Travel

How Colombia’s New Digital Nomad Visa Came to Be Under Government Turmoil

After a 20-month legislative struggle, Colombia has its own digital nomad visa. But now it’s over to the newly elected government to fully embrace it. Here’s the backstory.

How Colombia’s New Digital Nomad Visa Came to Be Under Government Turmoil

Business Travel

Verizon Refocuses Its Virtual Meetings Platform on In-Person Events

The telco giant's BlueJeans video platform division is banking on the continued resurgence in conferences, conventions and hybrid work, but with a wide range of hardware and software launches, it could be sending mixed signals.

Verizon Refocuses Its Virtual Meetings Platform on In-Person Events

Business Travel

The Great Outdoors Retains Its Corporate Travel Momentum

Expect to spend more time bonding with Susie from accounts over a fire pit this year as corporate retreats head deeper into the woods.

The Great Outdoors Retains Its Corporate Travel Momentum

Business Travel

Nevada Wants Business Travelers for Longer Blended Stays Outside of Las Vegas

A new state-wide program predicts six community projects across rural Nevada will tap into the emerging blended travel market, and that convention delegates will welcome a break from the Strip's bright lights.

Nevada Wants Business Travelers for Longer Blended Stays Outside of Las Vegas

Business Travel

The Problem With Keeping Your ‘Hush Trips’ From Employers

Remote workers are taking more trips with their laptops, but preferring not to reveal where they've headed to their bosses. It sounds like fun, but in the long term it may not be that great for them, or their employers.

The Problem With Keeping Your ‘Hush Trips’ From Employers

Business Travel

Marriott and Curator Hotel’s Insider Tips on Hosting Blended Travelers

The viewpoints from a major hotel chain and independent specialist reinforce the idea that accommodating remote workers is going to be challenging.

Marriott and Curator Hotel’s Insider Tips on Hosting Blended Travelers

Business Travel

Zoom Fatigue Finally Revives Travel for In-Person Company Meetings

Internal meetings were supposed to be killed off by video conferencing, but it looks like in-person face-to-face will be back with a bang this year.

Zoom Fatigue Finally Revives Travel for In-Person Company Meetings

Business Travel

Hybrid Hospitality Meets Crowdfunding

For any travel company that leans on a membership model, offering a tiny slice of equity is a cost-effective way to grow an army of loyal guests — but only if the brand is strong enough. If institutional investors continue to shy away, crowdfunding could take off in 2023.

Hybrid Hospitality Meets Crowdfunding

Business Travel

Generator and Freehand Hotels CEO Sees Overreach for Remote Workers

There’s always a rush to jump on trends, blended travel included, but in some cases it’s worth stepping back once in a while.

Generator and Freehand Hotels CEO Sees Overreach for Remote Workers

Business Travel

Remote Work Trends Are Rapidly Infiltrating Airport Spaces

With the return of business travelers to the skies, more flexible office providers are honing in on airports as havens for remote workers.

Remote Work Trends Are Rapidly Infiltrating Airport Spaces