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Researchers Advocate Doing More For The Safety Of Female Business Travelers

When it comes to the needs of women business travelers, safety and security understandably are the top issues. The considerations range from ground transportation safety…

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Fernão Loureiro On A How To Bring Gamification To Your Travel Program

Bringing competition and rewards into travel programs is a debatable practice. Some don’t see reason enough to incentivize employees for following the rules. Others see…

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Dickie Oliver On Challenging The Status Quo For Digital Transformation

Technological prowess can set up a company for success, but usually not by itself. The best-performing companies don’t lose sight of what customers need or…

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Duane Futch On Understanding Executive Leadership In A Travel Management Environment

Duane Futch during a 40-year career has been an aviation and travel management executive. He’s currently CEO of Global Travel and Aviation Solutions, a consultancy…

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Eric Tyree On The Future Of Artificial Intelligence And Humanity

The debate on how to appropriately incorporate artificial intelligence into everyday life will become more intense as the robots get smarter. There are moral as…

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Why Corporate Clients Share The Blame For Slow Business Travel Innovation

It’s often said that innovation in corporate travel doesn’t keep pace with advancements in consumer travel. Some accuse travel management companies of being stuck in…

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Vic Pynn On Three Questions Every Industry Leader Must Ask

There’s a common concern that as professionals from older generations wrap up their careers, the corporate travel profession won’t find enough younger talent to fill…

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