Corporate Travel

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How Delta Is Using Personalization to Enhance the Business Travel Experience

How Delta Is Using Personalization to Enhance the Business Travel Experience

Delta Air Lines + Skift

Offering business travelers personalized experiences can not only improve traveler satisfaction, but also allow corporate travel providers to stand out among their competitors.

2 hours ago

Business Travel Spending Is Expected to Gain Steam Globally by 2018

Business Travel Spending Is Expected to Gain Steam Globally by 2018

Hannah Sampson, Skift

While growth prospects for business travel spending look strong for next year into 2020, there is still enough uncertainty that experts are adding lots of caveats to their forecast.

6 days ago

The Future of Business Travel — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

The Future of Business Travel — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

New tools streamlining booking and expenses are here from big travel management companies, but they still lag behind consumer products in many ways. Regardless, enhanced connectivity and responsiveness are positive steps forward.

6 days ago

GBTA Notebook: The Future of Corporate Travel Is Basically the Same as the Past

GBTA Notebook: The Future of Corporate Travel Is Basically the Same as the Past

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Another year, another GBTA. It seems like corporate travel is heading in the direction of offering more options to business travelers, but progress remains slow.

1 week ago

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Why Streamlined Expense Management Is the First Step to Successful Business Travel

Why Streamlined Expense Management Is the First Step to Successful Business Travel

Sabre + Skift

Expense management is often one of the most frustrating parts of the business travel journey. However, user-friendly mobile tools and the ability to integrate a customized solution can make the process a lot smoother.

1 week ago

U.S. Business Travelers More Likely to Drive Than Fly to Meetings

U.S. Business Travelers More Likely to Drive Than Fly to Meetings

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

It can be easy to forget that most U.S. business travelers aren't road warriors hitting multiple cities in a week. Sometimes we fixate too much on those who travel the most instead of the majority, who spend a day or two visiting clients or potential customers.

1 week ago

The Real Reasons Business Travelers Don’t Get What They Want

The Real Reasons Business Travelers Don’t Get What They Want

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Beyond limiting company spending, there are financial reasons why business travelers feel so constrained by corporate travel-booking policies. It's time for everyone to be honest about them.

1 week ago

Travel This Week — What To Expect

Travel This Week — What To Expect

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Both the Global Business Travel Association Convention 2017 and United's second quarter earnings this week should give us a better handle on how corporate travel demand is faring in the Age of Trump and political uncertainties around the globe.

2 weeks ago

Ridesharing Gets More Seamless — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

Ridesharing Gets More Seamless — Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

Hannah Sampson , Skift

Ridesharing companies know that corporate travel represents big business. Making their products easier for business travelers to use — and expense — is a smart move.

2 weeks ago

Airbnb Moves Into Corporate Travel Mainstream With Concur Integration

Airbnb Moves Into Corporate Travel Mainstream With Concur Integration

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

As Airbnb becomes bookable through the online booking tools of corporate travel management companies, its acceptance in corporate travel policies will likely rise as well.

2 weeks ago

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Skift Insights Deck: Bringing Humanity Back to Business Travel

Skift Insights Deck: Bringing Humanity Back to Business Travel

Egencia + Skift

There’s a growing focus on the importance of business traveler satisfaction and its impact on employee productivity and retention in today’s corporate travel industry. Download this free report today!

2 weeks ago

Half of Business Travelers Want to Avoid Human Interaction on the Road

Half of Business Travelers Want to Avoid Human Interaction on the Road

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Dealing with humanity can be annoying, and it can be even worse when you're traveling for business. More robust technology tools, however, can help automate and streamline many annoyances for business travelers.

2 weeks ago