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You get what you pay for, and most travel industry business news is free. The Company Dime sells insight.
Our mission is quality journalism for those interested in business travel services, expense management practices and travel industry change. Our features, exclusives and analysis equip business travel professionals with vital info for top performance.
We think of The Company Dime as a sandbox in which to hone our journalistic skills. We believe in the effectiveness of the written word. Yay, brevity. We try to embrace humility and reject arrogance. We engage in professional development and try to be honest about our strengths and weaknesses. We love our readers. We prioritize fast customer service. Find our policies and ethics in the sections below. Here you can learn more about our editorial process.
In mid-2023, The Company Dime had over 4,000 paying subscribers from about 600 companies. The pie charts below show breakdowns of those two figures by role and category within our niche of corporate travel. Headlines and non-paywalled articles are also accessible to several thousand more contacts on LinkedIn via our individual feeds, company page and groups.
We frequently ask our readers where we should place our focus. In our 2023 reader survey, travel distribution and travel technology retained their positions as top areas of interest, each selected by four of five respondents as one of the five most interesting topics. Next came supplier stories, followed by content about traveler communications and engagement. Topping the long tail of topics were articles about negotiating, payment, data reporting, policy and sustainability.
Dear valued subscriber, We hope you’re enjoying our exclusive content and insights. Today, we’re announcing an update to our fee structure. We will raise our base subscription price for the first time in our nine-year history. Following a website tech update due this month, new fees will take effect upon each user’s next renewal. Individual…
Thanks to the 100 of you who answered our recent reader survey. It’s still available in case you didn’t respond, and it’s now anonymous, whether you are responding for the first time or want to submit again to tell us your less varnished opinion! For now, it’s our birthday (lucky seven) and that’s when we…
The Company Dime is excited to announce the first editorial staff addition in its six-year existence. Michael Antrobus, formerly a public relations official with BCD Travel, joined in January as a reporter. We published his first article on Feb. 8 here. The Baton Rouge native holds a master’s degree in journalism from Louisiana State University….
Alexandria, VA, October 6, 2020 – The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) is announcing that it will host a virtual gathering for its Premium members – the ASTA Premium Business Summit, a live, engaging virtual event running from November 9-11, 2020. This annual event is complimentary for all ASTA Premium members and, given the new virtual format, the programming…
We try not to talk about ourselves. This enterprise is about you readers. However, it’s Nov. 5 and that’s our birthday. Five years ago today, we published our first article and it made us no friends at the company it featured. That’s fine. Journalism should not be about being nice to executives to get access….
The Company Dime is pleased to announce that its journalists are creating and will coordinate live content at the New Jersey Business Travel Association’s Education Day on Nov. 15 under a partnership agreement signed this summer. The parties are thrilled to confirm that Carlson Wagonlit Travel CEO Kurt Ekert will appear as the keynote speaker…
This is a special message for our valued readers. Short version: We have a new paywall system. Please reset your password and, if you’re an individual subscriber, when your subscription expires, plug in your card details. You should be good to go after that but if not, reach us here: firstname.lastname@example.org. For your information, we have…
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…
Dear Readers, The Company Dime turned two last month, which could mean we’ve entered a new phase of maturity. More likely, we’re ready to break more stuff — hopefully news! That requires hard work. We’re happy to bust our tails for you, but we also need your support. It has come to our attention that the practice of…
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…
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…
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…
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The Company Dime adheres to the Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics.
Particularly relevant in business-to-business journalism are bans on conflicts of interest, gifts including free travel, marketing or opinion that is not clearly labeled as such, and influence on coverage by special interests or advertisers. We may disclose below articles any business relationships, such as with professional associations, that we feel should be known to the reader.
We always aim to “acknowledge mistakes and correct them promptly and prominently.” Depending on how the updated information changes the reader’s understanding, we may note that an article has been updated at the top or bottom, and we may alert our audience through email, web alert and social channels. If you notice an error on our pages, a potential violation of the SPJ’s ethics, or any other material you find questionable, please let us know.
Among other policies, we do make room for quoting sources on the condition of anonymity. We feel our audience trusts that we reach people who are most qualified to speak to issues.
We do not permit subjects of our articles to read them in advance of publication.
This post published on our seventh birthday discusses how we work.
Company representatives should never assume The Company Dime will agree to media embargoes. If you’re interested in offering us information “under embargo,” please contact us before sending it. Short of an explicit agreement to hold it until a particular time, material sent to us will be considered for immediate coverage. Please read this if you’d like to learn more about our editorial process.
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Updated: May 25, 2018
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