Articles tagged “hrs”

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

Hotels

Does Accor Plan to Be the Next WeWork?

Hotel group Accor has big ambitions in Asia for its co-working brand Wojo. But it probably shouldn't count on the region rolling out the red carpet for remote workers.

Does Accor Plan to Be the Next WeWork?

Coronavirus

Empty Rooms Move Marriott and Other Chains Closer to Flexible Pricing for Corporate Guests

Travel buyers stand to gain from dynamic pricing, but this could just be a quick win if hoteliers take a longer term view of that pricing after a recovery.

Empty Rooms Move Marriott and Other Chains Closer to Flexible Pricing for Corporate Guests

Business Travel

Hotels Might Not Like Where Corporate Rate Discussions Are Heading

Hotel corporate program strategies aren’t straightforward at the best of times. A new “dual rate” pricing model could make lives easier for travel managers, but a lot more complex for the properties their employees will be checking in to.

Hotels Might Not Like Where Corporate Rate Discussions Are Heading

Coronavirus

Trip.com Group’s Acquisition of Travix Hints at Appeal of Smaller Travel Agencies

Smaller online travel agencies try to make money by grabbing nickels and eurocent coins ahead of the steamrollers of global advertising behemoths. The underreported story of why China's largest travel company acquired a tiny Dutch travel group highlights the phenomenon.

Trip.com Group’s Acquisition of Travix Hints at Appeal of Smaller Travel Agencies

Online Travel

German Hotel Booking Giant HRS Tilts Further Toward Corporate Travel

We applaud Germany’s largest travel tech company for trying to help business travelers check in and check out of hotels more quickly by investing in app-connected sensors at hundreds of hotels.

German Hotel Booking Giant HRS Tilts Further Toward Corporate Travel

Business Travel

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

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.

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