Corporate Travel

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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.

4 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.

4 months ago

Business Travelers Just Want Control

Business Travelers Just Want Control

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

It seems like cultural differences affect whether business travelers follow policy or not. Then again, it could just be an education gap among U.S. business travelers who are simply unaware of their company's policies and resources.

4 months ago

How U.S. and UK Travelers Differ When on the Company Dime

How U.S. and UK Travelers Differ When on the Company Dime

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Business travelers from the U.S. are more likely to disregard travel policy and do whatever they want. UK travelers, though, are actually more adventurous when it comes to choosing where they want to stay on any particular trip.

4 months ago

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The Future of Business Travel is About Putting People (Not Policy) First

The Future of Business Travel is About Putting People (Not Policy) First

TripActions + Skift

Cost is an important consideration when designing a business travel program. But more organizations are waking up to the fact that smarter policies aren’t solely about saving money. Today’s modern policy must take into account growing employee demand for more choice, greater convenience, and better traveler support.

4 months ago

Turkish Airlines’ Biz Travel Ambitions

Turkish Airlines’ Biz Travel Ambitions

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Turkish Airlines has ambitions to become the go-to airline for travelers flying to and from secondary cities across the world. Its model has worked so far, and it will be interesting to see how it can improve its product while managing to expand its network further.

4 months ago

Turkish Airlines Plans for Growth With Business Travel at Core

Turkish Airlines Plans for Growth With Business Travel at Core

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Do business travelers really want one-stop service around the world? Turkish Airlines is continuing its strategy of using Istanbul as a bridge between the East and West, although a lot is riding on improvements to its business class product, whenever they emerge.

4 months ago

Extended Stay Gets Creative

Extended Stay Gets Creative

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Increased choice is vital for corporate travel as employees are more willing to experiment with homeshares, hostels, and other alternative accommodations. Companies that embrace variety now will be able to lead the way going forward.

4 months ago

Travel Managers Aren’t Buying Basic Economy Fares: Here’s Why

Travel Managers Aren’t Buying Basic Economy Fares: Here’s Why

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Travel managers are avoiding basic economy fares, and rightfully so. The consensus is that travelers end up paying more over the course of a trip if they go basic economy and have a worse flight experience to boot.

4 months ago

BridgeStreet Adds Hostels and Vacation Rentals to Biz Travel Platform

BridgeStreet Adds Hostels and Vacation Rentals to Biz Travel Platform

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

BridgeStreet is bringing homeshares and hostels to its platform in order to offer more variety to business travelers. The key will be finding success among travel managers by making it easier for them to book stays outside traditional extended stay hotels.

4 months ago

Treating Business Travelers Like Real People

Treating Business Travelers Like Real People

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

As homesharing becomes more deeply ingrained into the corporate travel ecosystem, exciting new opportunities for improving the business travel experience will emerge.

5 months ago

How Homesharing Hit the Corporate Travel Mainstream

How Homesharing Hit the Corporate Travel Mainstream

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Now that Airbnb has integrated its own Experiences product into its business travel platform, it seems like only a matter of time until more options and add-ons are added to the stable.

5 months ago