Articles tagged “egencia”

Travelstop Counts on Asian Startups to Unlock New Era in Corporate Travel

Travelstop Counts on Asian Startups to Unlock New Era in Corporate Travel

Raini Hamdi, Skift

For over a decade, corporate travel management companies have been trying to pry open the huge market in Asia but have hardly made a dent. Travelstop says now is the time, as the market is full of high-growth startups that will "get it." Perhaps such new players will finally disrupt the space.

5 months ago

Every One of Expedia Group’s 23 Brands, Explained

Every One of Expedia Group’s 23 Brands, Explained

Sean O'Neill, Skift

Check out our Skift Takes on Expedia Group's brands for consumers and businesses. Time for some #realtalk.

11 months ago

Tech Workers Combine Business and Leisure Travel Most Often

Tech Workers Combine Business and Leisure Travel Most Often

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

The more information we get on the habits of travelers who combine business and leisure, the more obvious it becomes that the notion of the siloed, well-behaving business traveler is completely outdated.

1 year ago

Corporate Travel Agencies Build for a More Complex Future

Corporate Travel Agencies Build for a More Complex Future

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Even big travel management companies, which usually resist change, are planning ahead to better anticipate traveler and travel manager needs. No one's quite sure when this more connected and insightful future will arrive, though.

1 year ago

Egencia Is Looking for Scale in Mergers and Acquisitions, Not New Geographies

Egencia Is Looking for Scale in Mergers and Acquisitions, Not New Geographies

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Expedia has been talking for a couple of years about being opportunistic when it comes to mergers and acquisitions for its Egencia business travel unit. That may be on the back burner for awhile, though, as the parent company, which has been bogged down in integrating acquisitions over the past couple of years, focuses on growing what it already has.

2 years ago

U.S. Business Travelers Embrace Technology but Also Fear Its Impact

U.S. Business Travelers Embrace Technology but Also Fear Its Impact

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

U.S. business travelers want the technology tools to make their trips easier. The rest of the world, however, doesn't necessarily see technology as the solution to service problems.

2 years ago

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Managing Business Traveler Anxieties in an Era of Global Uncertainty

Managing Business Traveler Anxieties in an Era of Global Uncertainty

Egencia + Skift

It’s important to look at the challenges that come with managing business travel and traveler concerns when global turmoil is the new normal.

2 years ago

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How a Corporate Travel Manager Thinks About Business Travel Today

How a Corporate Travel Manager Thinks About Business Travel Today

Egencia + Skift

The responsibilities of today’s corporate travel managers have become increasingly complex as new technology developments, global uncertainty, higher travel costs, and a growing focus on traveler satisfaction influence how employees travel.

2 years ago

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Building Traveler Satisfaction: Voices from the Front Lines of Corporate Travel

Building Traveler Satisfaction: Voices from the Front Lines of Corporate Travel

Egencia + Skift

Most travel managers agree that traveler satisfaction is more of a focus now than it was even just a few years ago, as it’s becoming increasingly clear that it drives compliance, productivity, and overall employee engagement.

2 years ago

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Skift Insights Deck: Bringing Satisfaction Back to Business Travel

Skift Insights Deck: Bringing Satisfaction Back to Business Travel

Egencia + Skift

There’s a growing focus on the importance of business traveler satisfaction and its impact on employee productivity and retention in today’s corporate travel industry. Download this free report today!

2 years ago

Half of Business Travelers Want to Avoid Human Interaction on the Road

Half of Business Travelers Want to Avoid Human Interaction on the Road

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Dealing with humanity can be annoying, and it can be even worse when you're traveling for business. More robust technology tools, however, can help automate and streamline many annoyances for business travelers.

2 years ago

Expedia Looks to Trivago and HomeAway to Propel Future Growth

Expedia Looks to Trivago and HomeAway to Propel Future Growth

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Expedia isn't overlooking its core online travel agency brands such as Expedia.com and Hotels.com, but Trivago and HomeAway are clearly rising stars. Trivago hardly ever saw a TV commercial it didn't like but increased profits in Q1, and HomeAway is in the midst of a multi-year digital-booking transition.

2 years ago