Articles tagged “egencia”

Rental Cars

Hertz Struggles in Corporate Travel But Is Encouraged by ‘Short-Burst’ Trip Trend

The impact of the strict and extended inbound Covid testing policy in the U.S. shouldn't be underestimated, especially when it comes to larger business customers. The ripple effect is evident in Hertz's latest results.

Hertz Struggles in Corporate Travel But Is Encouraged by ‘Short-Burst’ Trip Trend

Business Travel

Amex GBT Assures Investors Pandemic Just a Blip for Corporate Travel

The corporate travel agency’s management team was fairly bullish during an investor day at the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, but can anyone really predict the true shape of business travel in the next year or two?

Amex GBT Assures Investors Pandemic Just a Blip for Corporate Travel

Business Travel

7 Amex GBT Takeaways Revealed in Its $5.3 Billion SPAC Deal

Ahead of going public, Amex GBT has provided a compelling argument for growth in its 53-page document, with a string of acquisitions and partnerships already under its belt. But does its enormous size now line it up for success, or weigh it down?

7 Amex GBT Takeaways Revealed in Its $5.3 Billion SPAC Deal

Business Travel

Amex GBT to Go Public at $5.3 Billion Valuation in Apollo SPAC Deal

New investors include Sabre and Zoom — what does that tell you about the future of travel management?

Amex GBT to Go Public at $5.3 Billion Valuation in Apollo SPAC Deal

Mergers and Acquisitions

Vacasa Paid $619 Million for TurnKey Vacation Rentals in Mostly Stock

Riding the hot vacation rental market, TurnKey Vacation Rentals did well for its investors — especially if the Vacasa stock price holds up in its pending public market debut.

Vacasa Paid $619 Million for TurnKey Vacation Rentals in Mostly Stock

Business Travel

How Travel Companies Are Meeting the Needs of the Emerging Super Commuter

Frequent business travelers are typically offered the most flexible rates, but now workers tentatively returning to the office are being targeted.

How Travel Companies Are Meeting the Needs of the Emerging Super Commuter

Business Travel

CWT Emerges From Bankruptcy With $100 Million to Invest in Business Travel Tech

A milestone in the agency's transformation saga, which could see its new owners opt to acquire other technology players, and target mid-size customers, as part of its post-pandemic rehabilitation.

CWT Emerges From Bankruptcy With $100 Million to Invest in Business Travel Tech

Business Travel

Families Able to Unlock Travel for Remote Work Through Virtual School Networks

Travel companies that can ease remote-working parents’ nerves about in-destination schooling will discover a new type of guest that could book for several months at a time. Welcome to the golden age of travel.

Families Able to Unlock Travel for Remote Work Through Virtual School Networks

Business Travel

Comparing Corporate Travel’s Biggest Agencies Before and After the Pandemic

New shapes and sizes for 2022, certainly, but more importantly a new set of priorities that may be a cause for concern for the smaller agencies left on the playing field.

Comparing Corporate Travel’s Biggest Agencies Before and After the Pandemic

Mergers and Acquisitions

6 Expedia and Booking Online Travel Takeaways From Latest Financial Reports

While much of the talk these days is about digital nomads and remote workers, both Expedia Group and Booking Holdings have doubled down on commitments to brick and mortar headquarters. Which could mean that there may be real offices again after the pandemic.

6 Expedia and Booking Online Travel Takeaways From Latest Financial Reports