Category Archives: The Company Dime

ASTA, The Company Dime Partner To Study Transition From Unmanaged Business Travel

Last week the American Society of Travel Agents and The Company Dime announced a research partnership to learn more about the barriers and opportunities related to converting “unmanaged” business travel to managed travel. Why do businesses large and small implement travel management practices? What role do travel agencies play in that, and what other services… Read More »

The Company Dime, Festive Road Partner On New Monthly Virtual Business Travel Event

The Company Dime and business travel engagement consultancy Festive Road are delighted to announce a media partnership to co-produce our new Teleconference series. The relationship will see Festive Road partners Caroline Strachan and Paul Tilstone providing insights and content ideas to The Company Dime co-founders Jay Campbell and David Jonas for this new, monthly live and… Read More »

2015 On The Company Dime

As they work for advantage, clients, suppliers and those in between keep business travel management interesting. Changes to underlying and consumer-facing technology make it a dynamic business function. The personal and geopolitical elements of business travel offer points of note from the micro to macro levels. As one of our featured practitioners noted, this job is about economics, geography, psychology and then some.… Read More »

Thank You

One of our core principles at The Company Dime is that it’s about you, the reader, not us. But last week we celebrated our first birthday, so we hope you don’t mind indulging us as we reflect. Actually, we need a favor. Read on for more details, but to get straight to the point — if you haven’t purchased… Read More »

Introducing The Company Dime

The Company Dime offers in-depth analysis and reporting for the business travel audience. We’re journalists. We aim to relay how and why with relevance and authority. Don’t look here for breaking press releases. We will not win design awards. What you see here is a simple, reader-funded service. We don’t have investors and are not… Read More »