Articles tagged “ceo listening”

Interview: Is There Room for Experimentation in Corporate Travel?

Interview: Is There Room for Experimentation in Corporate Travel?

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Improved automation, and the presence of more diverse travel products in corporate travel policies, has the potential to free up corporate travel professionals to better focus on travelers themselves.

3 years ago

CEO Interview: The 15-Year-Old Corporate Travel Company That Wants to Be a Startup

CEO Interview: The 15-Year-Old Corporate Travel Company That Wants to Be a Startup

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Deem will try to become more relevant by reducing its product offerings and adopting a more focused approach to developing travel solutions. But in an extremely crowded marketplace, it may be a case of too little, too late.

3 years ago

Interview: HRS CEO on the Problem With Hotels and Airbnb for Business Travel

Interview: HRS CEO on the Problem With Hotels and Airbnb for Business Travel

Hannah Sampson, Skift

Travel managers want more of their employees to book hotel rooms through approved channels — and they want those hotels to agree on reasonable rates. There's a good business opportunity for companies that can help them achieve those goals.

3 years ago

Interview: Amex Global Business Travel’s CTO on Corporate Travel Going Mobile

Interview: Amex Global Business Travel’s CTO on Corporate Travel Going Mobile

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

As travel management companies begin to embrace mobile for booking, expect business travelers to push for more personalized service.

3 years ago

Corporate Travel CEO Series: The Brewing Conflict Between Hotels and Travel Managers

Corporate Travel CEO Series: The Brewing Conflict Between Hotels and Travel Managers

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

A more honest accounting of how hotels manipulate their room rates to create more revenue helps both consumers and corporate travel managers make smarter travel decisions.

3 years ago