Corporate Travel

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TravelPerk Makes It Easy to Cancel Biz Travel Plans

TravelPerk Makes It Easy to Cancel Biz Travel Plans

Isaac Carey, Skift

There's been a lot going on with TravelPerk lately. With this new service, the travel management startup is clearly taking steps to disrupt the corporate travel industry.

4 weeks ago

TravelPerk Offers Nearly Full Refunds to Corporate Travelers Who Cancel

TravelPerk Offers Nearly Full Refunds to Corporate Travelers Who Cancel

Isaac Carey, Skift

So far the company is making good on its plans to innovate the corporate travel space. But offering refunds on this scale is a big promise to make.

4 weeks ago

TravelPerk Primed for Aggressive Growth With New Fundraising

TravelPerk Primed for Aggressive Growth With New Fundraising

Isaac Carey, Skift

This might be a turning point for the company as it continues to work toward becoming the lead corporate travel booker in Europe.

1 month ago

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How Small and Mid-Sized Business Travel Programs Can Balance Employee and Company Priorities

How Small and Mid-Sized Business Travel Programs Can Balance Employee and Company Priorities

IHG + Skift

The easiest way to make employees comply with travel policies is by making booking in policy attractive for them. InterContinental Hotels Group’s Business Edge shows how business travel solutions can go beyond being simply a discount program.

1 month ago

Corporate Travel Booker TravelPerk Raises an Extra $60 Million

Corporate Travel Booker TravelPerk Raises an Extra $60 Million

Isaac Carey, Skift

The company is doing well, considering it's operating in one of the most difficult markets for business travel. Now it's hinting at new, out-of-the-box products, but we'll have to wait and see what those are.

1 month ago

Southwest Joins NDC Exchange for More Efficient Airline Booking

Southwest Joins NDC Exchange for More Efficient Airline Booking

Isaac Carey, Skift

Sure enough, more travel companies are starting to inch toward direct booking. Southwest has always been a leader in this area among the big U.S. carriers, and this move will help it do more business with corporate travelers.

1 month ago

Venture Capital Giant Accel Invests in Travelstop in a Nod to Asia’s Business Travel Disruption

Venture Capital Giant Accel Invests in Travelstop in a Nod to Asia’s Business Travel Disruption

Raini Hamdi, Skift

Asia’s corporate travel management startups have been rather quiet as of late. An Accel investment in Travelstop, which has also announced Traveloka as a new supply partner, will stir things up.

1 month ago

Corporate Travel Is Getting More Customizable

Corporate Travel Is Getting More Customizable

Isaac Carey, Skift

There is a lot of buzz around what new distribution technology will do or won't do for the industry, but really only one thing is certain: It's way too early to tell.

1 month ago

A Consolidated Biz Travel Market Could Mean More Personalized Booking

A Consolidated Biz Travel Market Could Mean More Personalized Booking

Isaac Carey, Skift

Watching how adoption of new distribution technology plays out in this early stage can give us a look into what to expect in the future. Especially if direct distribution ever moves into other areas of travel booking, like hotels.

1 month ago

BCD Travel and Flight Centre Make More Global Acquisitions

BCD Travel and Flight Centre Make More Global Acquisitions

Isaac Carey, Skift

It's pretty clear there's a lot of consolidation going on in the travel management space, and there are no signs of that changing. With BCD's most recent investment, the company is in a good position to start planning future acquisitions in the Asia-Pacific region.

2 months ago

American Express GBT Expands in Germany

American Express GBT Expands in Germany

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

American Express Global Business Travel continues to grow in Europe as consolidation continues apace in corporate travel.

2 months ago

Corp Travel Startup TripActions Raises Another $250 Million

Corp Travel Startup TripActions Raises Another $250 Million

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

TripActions now claims to be worth $4 billion after raising nearly half a billion dollars. Raising so much money in such a short time raises questions about competition in the space as it works to scale more quickly than its rivals.

2 months ago