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Op Ed: Ron DiLeo On The Demise Of ACTE And What’s Next For Business Travel Industry Associations

Ron DiLeo was the executive director and COO of the Association of Corporate Travel Executives from 2010 to 2012. Based on that experience and his…

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ACTE Shuts Down

After announcing a temporary suspension of physical operations, the Association of Corporate Travel Executives on Wednesday revealed that it would be no more. “It is…

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Op Ed: Tony O’Connor On The Window Of Opportunity To Reset Industry Associations

Most in-person events organized by industry membership associations are on hold. Even if conditions improve to allow them to resume, consultant Tony O’Connor doesn’t think…

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ACTE Slams Partner Capa For Poaching One Of Its Leaders For New Corporate Travel Entity In Asia

Capa Centre for Aviation on June 3 announced a new organization for corporate travel managers and buyers in Asia. On Thursday, the Association of Corporate…

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WhereTo Wants To Be The Large Enterprise’s Business Travel Startup

A newish company with a not-so-new travel manager, Snap Inc. may invite new corporate booking tool WhereTo to bid on its business this summer. Just…

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ACTE, Too, Finds Its New Leader From Within

Just like its larger rival, the Association of Corporate Travel Executives named an insider to fill a vacant executive director position. Current ACTE president and…

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Incoming GBTA President Bhart Sarin: There Was More To Executive Director Replacement Than Met The Eye

If you’re like some of your peers in corporate travel management, you’re anxious about or even “mortified” by the leading industry association’s executive director and…

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