Corporate Travel

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Emerging Cities Pose Biz Travel Challenge for Chinese Executives

Emerging Cities Pose Biz Travel Challenge for Chinese Executives

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

China is expected to remain a hotbed of both domestic and international business travel. Chinese corporations are attempting to keep costs down even as the need for business travel increases.

1 month ago

Putting Focus on Female Business Travelers

Putting Focus on Female Business Travelers

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

While corporate travel at large claims to have a major focus on safety, research shows that women who travel for business routinely face safety threats. More needs to be done by companies to protect women and empower them to thrive professionally when traveling.

2 months ago

Safety Issues Severely Impact Women During Business Travel

Safety Issues Severely Impact Women During Business Travel

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Women who travel for business need more resources and support from the companies that dispatch them around the world. Raising awareness of the issues they face can only do so much.

2 months ago

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SkiftX Webinar: Putting People Before Policy: The Evolution of Business Travel

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4 months ago

Some Companies Spend More on Amazon Than Air Travel

Some Companies Spend More on Amazon Than Air Travel

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Some businesses are spending more on Amazon than flights on Delta Air Lines and American Airlines. If the online retail giant ever does ever make a play in the travel industry, it will have a strong base of corporations it is already doing business with.

2 months ago

Qatar Airways CEO Puts Pressure on Oneworld

Qatar Airways CEO Puts Pressure on Oneworld

Grant Martin, Skift

Qatar's departure from the Oneworld alliance could translate into some trickier international flights and connections for travelers on American, British and a dozen other airlines.

2 months ago

Fighting Biz Travel Burnout

Fighting Biz Travel Burnout

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Frequent business travelers just want a good night of sleep and more comfortable flights. There's a big upside for companies that pay for a better, more restful travel experience as well: Their employees won't quit out of existential despair.

2 months ago

Frequent Business Travelers Need More Sleep to Survive

Frequent Business Travelers Need More Sleep to Survive

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

I'm tired, you're tired, we're all tired when we travel for work. It's leading employees to burn out and quit, causing problems for travel managers and companies that push their workers too hard. Some sleep and nicer flights can help.

2 months ago

Supporting China’s Biz Travel Rise

Supporting China’s Biz Travel Rise

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

China continues to grow as a business travel powerhouse despite some economic foibles and trade spats with the U.S. As trade grows, so too does the need for travel management services that span the globe.

2 months ago

The Promise of China’s Enormous Corporate Travel Market

The Promise of China’s Enormous Corporate Travel Market

Allan Leibowitz, Skift

Business travel continues to grow in the world’s largest market, presenting significant opportunities for Western travel management companies. The prize is two-fold: winning global accounts from multinationals tapping into China’s growth and taking a share of the enormous domestic market as it matures.

2 months ago

The Psychology of Expense Fraud

The Psychology of Expense Fraud

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Expense and travel fraud seems like a bigger deal than it really is, according to experts. Some people are always going to be bad apples, taking on a huge amount of personal risk for just a few extra bucks. Human nature is strange.

2 months ago

Why Companies Aren’t That Worried About Expense Fraud

Why Companies Aren’t That Worried About Expense Fraud

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Most travel and expense fraud is strictly small-scale stuff, and is hard for companies to catch. New technology tools will make it easier, though, to figure out which employees are routinely ripping them off.

2 months ago