Booking your next business trip? The business travel landscape has changed and these are the four factors that will be non-negotiable for peace of mind.
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The world of business travel as we know it has changed. New protocols and precautions will be implemented and that's just the tip of the iceberg. We look at what else you can expect.
When it comes to travel tech for corporate travel, should you use the one created by tech experts or travel experts? We've done a deep dive into the two scenarios for you.
With travel starting to pick back up, you probably have some questions. Here are our answers to some of your pressing business travel questions and ways that corporate travel has evolved.
Find out the top 5 reasons to book with Corporate Traveler. A local travel management company, with a global feel.
Due to recent regulations pertaining to travel in the US and Canada, we wanted to share some important updates on what these restrictions mean and what you can expect should you or your employees plan to travel in the coming weeks. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that beginning January 26, 2021, all inbound international travelers from an out-of-country destination will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test before returning to the United States.
What is sustainability in travel, and why is it important? And, importantly, how can your business implement sustainable practices into your travel program? Let’s take a look.
The travel landscape going into 2021 looks a bit different than it did at the beginning of 2020. If you're thinking of booking your own travel, while as a TMC we don't recommend it, we'd like to offer our top three tips to navigating travel on your own in a post-COVID world.
In a recent survey of 2,500 business travel managers, bookers and travelers around the globe, the majority revealed that their travel policies needed updating post-Covid. But while most agreed that changes were needed, over a quarter (28%) were unsure what exactly needed to change. So, what should travel managers be doing to prepare their travel policies ready for the ‘new normal’?
As COVID-19 vaccines are being administered around the world, what does this mean for travel? And how will it affect travelers? It’s too early to know for certain, however, we have some predictions of what the travel experience could look like.
Whether it’s technology, the economy or people, if 2020 has shown anything it’s that the world is constantly changing. To survive and thrive, companies of all shapes and sizes need to move with the times or risk being left behind.