Future of Work Briefing

As organizations start to embrace distributed work and virtual meetings, the corporate travel and meetings sectors are preparing for change. How will travel managers respond to new patterns of employee mobility? What role will hotels play in catering to distributed workforces and distributed meetings? Can destinations, and airlines, capitalize on the anticipated boom in digital nomads? Does the coming future of work increase or decrease the travel spend?

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Business Travel

Hybrid Work Is Already Having Long Lasting Effects on Hotel Design

A leading architect has pinpointed these emerging hotel trends, showing just how prevalent the pandemic legacy is within hospitality.

Hybrid Work Is Already Having Long Lasting Effects on Hotel Design

Business Travel

Blueground Sees Short-Term Rental Boost From Those Fleeing Political Turmoil

The proptech startup says its latest Miami opening highlights demand for shorter stay accommodation from those traveling for political reasons, not just contract workers and digital nomads.

Blueground Sees Short-Term Rental Boost From Those Fleeing Political Turmoil

Business Travel

Marriott Works to Accommodate Employees Traveling for ‘Water Cooler’ Meetups

Friction between what company travel managers want for their remote teams, and what hotels can actually give them, does exist. But Marriott says it's on the case.

Marriott Works to Accommodate Employees Traveling for ‘Water Cooler’ Meetups

Business Travel

Selina’s 3 Biggest Challenges as It Prepares to Go Public

Can a hotel brand retain a uniqueness across its properties when expanding? Selina thinks so, and has been trying to convince potential investors it’s (almost) got the magic formula for a mass market cool factor. Still, it admits it’s stepping into the unknown with these hurdles to face.

Selina’s 3 Biggest Challenges as It Prepares to Go Public

Business Travel

Hotels Overload on Wellness in the Battle to Host Company Retreats

The sky's the limit for the hospitality sector, coming up with ideas like "togetherness programs" and offering increasingly bizarre spiritual and nature-based activities. But for how long will companies take the bait?

Hotels Overload on Wellness in the Battle to Host Company Retreats

Business Travel

The Cities With the Highest Costs to Co-Work

A snapshot of how much it costs to go flex reveals few discrepancies in pricing, but some telltale signs of where prices could be about to soar.

The Cities With the Highest Costs to Co-Work

Business Travel

Does Shift by Accor’s Wojo to Offices Mean Digital Nomadness Has Peaked?

The intense relationship with digital nomads could be cooling off, as hotels increasingly turn "hybrid" and map out a future that focuses on permanent bases for corporations.

Does Shift by Accor’s Wojo to Offices Mean Digital Nomadness Has Peaked?

Business Travel

Ennismore to Expand Its Hoxton Co-Work Concept to 12 More Hotel Brands

Lifestyle hotel fans will get to mix business with pleasure in a lot more locations in the future, as Ennismore's "Working From_" brand is earmarked for the rest of its global portfolio. It's very on brand with partner Accor too.

Ennismore to Expand Its Hoxton Co-Work Concept to 12 More Hotel Brands

Business Travel

Remote Work May Win New Advocates Over Rising Energy Costs for Offices

Coronavirus threw traditional work and travel patterns into disarray last winter, forcing people to stay at home. But this time around concerns over sky-high energy bills could push people into co-working spaces to keep costs down.

Remote Work May Win New Advocates Over Rising Energy Costs for Offices

Business Travel

Black Entrepreneurs Receive Support for Ideas Focused on Travel

The inaugural Build In Tulsa Techstars Accelerator has group travel, payments and even networking in its sights as it builds on the Black Wall Street legacy.

Black Entrepreneurs Receive Support for Ideas Focused on Travel