Posted in Careers Culture

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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Posted in Careers Culture Methods

Service Providers See Growing Interest In Travel Manager Outsourcing

Travel manager outsourcing is getting more attention among some service providers. Representatives from travel management companies and independent consultants gave a few reasons for more…

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Posted in Budgets Culture Suppliers

Rocketrip Picks Up An Advisor From A New Client

Shawn Zimmerman left Kellogg North America, where he was vice president of human resources, and joined Rocketrip as a strategic advisor. Kellogg signed on to…

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Posted in Culture Policy

Veteran Travel Manager Snaps To It At Young, Fast-Growing Company Facing Cost Pressures

San Diego – When growing fast and expecting success, new companies often hesitate to bog down the culture with bureaucracy. When in cost-control mode, firms…

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Posted in Budgets Culture Policy Productivity

Experts Ponder Policy, Prices And Productivity

Do rigid, frugal travel policies jeopardize employee performance? It’s debatable. Tripbam CEO Steve Reynolds is in the cost-control camp. His argument goes like this: It’s…

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As Acquis Consulting-Backed Startup Takes On Rocketrip, Pros Remain Divided On Rewards

Tripkicks is a new tech company focused on helping companies spend less on business travel through employee incentives. Its approach is similar to that of…

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Posted in Culture Suppliers

Yael Klein On Failure

AirPlus International has made mistakes by not asking customers the right questions in advance. It’s a humble admission by executive director of marketing Yael Klein…

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