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Notebook: Less Money, More Problems In Corporate Travel Management (Audio)

The Company Dime on Monday hosted its first LinkedIn audio event, welcoming industry contacts to discuss whatever they’d like. Though much of it rehashed industry debates, some of the conversation was pointed and challenging. In a LinkedIn audio event, hosts can welcome participants to a virtual stage, bringing up the attendee’s avatar and opening their…

A Few Minutes With GoldSpring Consulting, Episode 2

Thanks for your interest in our new audio series in which we interview the industry veterans at GoldSpring Consulting about developments in travel management. In this second installment, recorded March 18, 2019, GoldSpring partner Will Tate talks to The Company Dime’s Jay Campbell about Southwest Airlines’ upcoming requirements for using credit cards online, supplier promotions…

A Few Minutes With GoldSpring Consulting, Episode 1

Welcome to a new audio feature as The Company Dime interviews the industry veterans at GoldSpring Consulting about developments in travel management. In this first installment, recorded Feb. 7, 2019, GoldSpring partner Neil Hammond talks to Jay Campbell about industry activity in which providers seek more ownership of the user experience.

A Few Minutes With Hotel Safety And Security Expert Paul Moxness

Jay Campbell last week spoke for about nine minutes with consultant Paul Moxness, one of the world’s leading experts on risk management in lodging. Formerly Radisson’s VP for corporate safety and security, Moxness argued for greater transparency on risks in lodging. “Security is cheap,” he said. “It’s the incidents that are expensive.” Rather than spending…

A Few Minutes With JoeSentMe’s Joe Brancatelli

Jay Campbell this week spoke for about seven minutes with columnist Joe Brancatelli from Joe Sent Me, a website for business travelers. Brancatelli talked about business traveler bugaboos, burnout, the tension between travelers and their employers on cost consciousness, and the looming issue of what happens as the value of loyalty programs falls.

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