Articles tagged “travel management”

Business Travel

Consulting Giant EY Dives Into Direct Blockchain Travel Bookings With American Airlines

Blockchain distribution, and how it can eliminate the need for intermediaries, has been discussed for some time in travel. When these bigger players take a seat at the table, the rest of the industry needs to pay attention.

Consulting Giant EY Dives Into Direct Blockchain Travel Bookings With American Airlines

Business Travel

The Immigration Lawyer Charting New Remote Work Pathways for Companies

From abandoned medieval villages to humanitarian crises, David Cantor's Relocate wants to build a community of legal experts to respond to new mass movements of people around the globe.

The Immigration Lawyer Charting New Remote Work Pathways for Companies

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

Global Hotel Rates Could Rise 4 Times Inflation in 2022: New Report

Companies shouldn't underestimate the knock-on effect of this year's labor crisis, and this new report is a timely heads-up to help them better manage their costs next year.

Global Hotel Rates Could Rise 4 Times Inflation in 2022: New Report

Business Travel

Making the Case to Ditch Corporate Travel Agencies Forever

Here we have proponents of a future where companies employ their own "travel architects" and agencies become obsolete. But it's hard to gauge how long it will take for the technology to catch up with their vision. Nothing moves fast in the world of corporate travel.

Making the Case to Ditch Corporate Travel Agencies Forever

Business Travel

Business Travel Trade Group Looks to Move Past Pandemic, Internal Controversies

The Global Business Travel Association has had a rough ride over the past two years. Its convention in Orlando later this month represents a chance to turn a corner, and it wants to bring the industry along with it.

Business Travel Trade Group Looks to Move Past Pandemic, Internal Controversies

Business Travel

Companies Use Travel Savings to Fund New Return-to-Office Efforts

Reinvention is the name of the game for 2022, and travel managers shouldn't underestimate the monumental efforts companies will have to take next year in reopening their offices effectively.

Companies Use Travel Savings to Fund New Return-to-Office Efforts

Airlines

Why Is the UK Boosting Taxes on Long-Haul Flights?

Tourists will be footing the higher rate with a new "ultra" long-haul tax as part of plans to reduce emissions just as international travel is starting to ramp back up. Still, many businesses will welcome the reduction in passenger taxes on short-haul flights.

Why Is the UK Boosting Taxes on Long-Haul Flights?

Business Travel

Behind the WeWork IPO Financing It Hopes Takes the Target Off Its Back

The world’s most famous flexible co-working space provider has a new lease on life following its SPAC deal, but is its model still relevant for the post-pandemic workforce? Its backers are betting so.

Behind the WeWork IPO Financing It Hopes Takes the Target Off Its Back

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Is a Lightning Rod In Carbon Offsets Debate

Some travel and hospitality companies have good intentions when it comes to becoming more sustainable enterprises, but there are still some uncomfortable truths.

Corporate Travel Is a Lightning Rod In Carbon Offsets Debate