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Articles tagged “corporate travel”

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The Hotel Industry Thinks 2017 Could Be the Year Corporate Travel Bounces Back

Even though every day with the new Trump administration seems unpredictable, early signs have convinced many in the hotel industry that this might just be the year that corporate travel rebounds from its 2016 slump. However, given the new executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, some executives throughout the travel industry may be rethinking their outlook on corporate travel.

The Hotel Industry Thinks 2017 Could Be the Year Corporate Travel Bounces Back

Business Travel

Tech Upheaval Prediction Meets Reality — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

We've said we expect technology in the corporate travel space to undergo intense upheaval in the coming year, and that prediction is already coming true.

Tech Upheaval Prediction Meets Reality — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

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Southwest Fares Rising on Stronger Business Travel Demand

In the latter half of 2016, there were signs that business travel was slowing but Southwest's first quarter of 2017 results show that fares are rising because the purchase of last-minute flights, typically those booked by business travelers, are picking up.

Southwest Fares Rising on Stronger Business Travel Demand

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Travel Megatrends 2017: Corporate Travel Tech Is in Upheaval

Corporate travel is finally starting to learn lessons from the consumer travel space, mostly because business travelers have been trained by their leisure travel to expect robust booking tools and more control over their trips. The travel management companies that focus the most on improving their traveler-facing technology will win this battle, and improve their clients’ travel experience in the process.

Travel Megatrends 2017: Corporate Travel Tech Is in Upheaval

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United Signals It Wants a Better Deal with Reservation Middlemen

If United were Facebook friends with reservation systems like Sabre and Amadeus, it would have just changed its relationship status from "Friends" to "It's complicated." New President Scott Kirby is worried how those companies will display its new basic economy product to travel agents and (indirectly) to ticket buyers.

United Signals It Wants a Better Deal with Reservation Middlemen

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Meeting the Needs of Supertravelers — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

Travel management companies and providers of travel would do well to pay attention to the needs of supertravelers. Some aren't that difficult — and fulfilling those requests could go a long way to earning loyalty.

Meeting the Needs of Supertravelers — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

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Uncertainty Remains for Corporate Travel in 2017 — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

Following a year of consolidation, corporate travel experts are expecting more of the same. At the same time, global concerns have the potential to undermine the demand for business travel after years of growth.

Uncertainty Remains for Corporate Travel in 2017 — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

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Corporate Travel Leaders Hope for Stability and Plan for Growth in 2017

Many executives in the corporate travel space are planning for expansion and growth in the year ahead. The question on everyone's mind is whether global and economic events will foster more business travel or keep growth subdued.

Corporate Travel Leaders Hope for Stability and Plan for Growth in 2017

Business Travel

Out With the Old and (Hopefully) in With the New — Corporate Travel Innovation Report

We're done with the roller coaster that was 2016 — but whatever the new year brings, at least we've had some practice at dealing with the downs.

Out With the Old and (Hopefully) in With the New — Corporate Travel Innovation Report

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Executives Reflect on a Year of Uncertainty

Business travel rolled with a whole lot of punches in 2016. Buckle up for next year.

Corporate Travel Executives Reflect on a Year of Uncertainty