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Articles tagged “tripactions”

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

Expensify’s Argument for Business Travel’s Return Before Its IPO

The IPO frenzy continues, this time with a controversial CEO who wants to shake up the way employees file expenses and save the planet at the same time.

Expensify’s Argument for Business Travel’s Return Before Its IPO

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

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

Business Travel

Las Vegas Emerging This Fall as the Hottest Corporate Travel Destination Despite Variant Worries

The city is in tune with the pandemic protocol: after the tourists, next come the business travelers. Las Vegas is edging towards recovery, but Delta variant concerns may spoil the party yet.

Las Vegas Emerging This Fall as the Hottest Corporate Travel Destination Despite Variant Worries

Business Travel

Expense Startup Raises $300 Million to Target Remote Workers Doing Less Travel

Ramp is yet another fintech newcomer that plans on disrupting corporate travel and expenses. Is its automated twist enough to help it stand out in a saturated market?

Expense Startup Raises $300 Million to Target Remote Workers Doing Less Travel

Business Travel

Why This Technology Company Transformed Its Office Into a Farm

On the frontline of a global-local movement, software company Zoho’s rural revitalization concept could catch on.

Why This Technology Company Transformed Its Office Into a Farm

Airlines

England Opens U.S. Travel and 11 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift’s top stories this week, England welcomes fully vaccinated tourists, hotels are focusing on conversions rather than mergers, and Brazil is setting itself up to become a travel tech hub in Latin America.

England Opens U.S. Travel and 11 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Business Travel

Ireland Invests $10 Million to Draw Remote Workers Away From Its Cities

A vast, sprawling network of connected hubs are slowly but surely being built across Ireland’s rural regions. All it needs now are remote workers.

Ireland Invests $10 Million to Draw Remote Workers Away From Its Cities