Posted in Careers Suppliers

Questions For GBTA’s Next Executive Director

The corporate travel profession’s only U.S.-based, dues-generating membership association is hoping to announce its new executive director soon. Filling the role on an interim basis,…

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Posted in Productivity Service Suppliers

Expensify, Kayak Embark On Latest Of So Many Attempts To Reach Small To Medium-Sized Businesses

The pandemic stopped most business travel, but it did not end the relentless and historically futile quest for an online-first intermediary that attracts and keeps…

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Posted in Negotiating Policy Suppliers

Corporate Travel Buyers On What They Need From TMCs, How They’re Working With Suppliers And Why Policies Changed (Video)

According to a pair of travel managers who recently completed RFPs for travel management company services, the traveler experience was a bigger priority than ever…

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Posted in The Company Dime

In Conjunction With The Company Dime, New Corporate Travel Conclave Added To ASTA’s Annual Premium Business Summit

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…

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Posted in Risk

Remote Risks, Ransomware Highlight Individual Role In Stopping Attacks

Coverage of a thwarted cyberattack against carmaker Tesla last week suggested the alleged perpetrator was also involved with the July ransomware used against CWT. The…

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Posted in Productivity Service Suppliers

The Future Of Travel Management Companies: Part Three, Emerging Leaner

Travel management companies are trying to make the most of a time when bookings remain feeble. In addition to staff right-sizing, relocating and retraining, some…

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Posted in Distribution Productivity Suppliers

The Future Of Travel Management Companies: Part One, Staffing

“Green shoots” are nice but transaction counts for most travel management companies as of last week remained between 3 percent and 15 percent of last…

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