Deloitte

Finance And Professional Services Perk Up But Still Trail In Large-Market Recovery

U.S. corporate travel has recovered to between 60 percent and 70 percent of pre-pandemic levels, with solid momentum continuing this spring, according to various sources. The rebound hasn’t been uniform, with small businesses and domestic trips still far outpacing large corporate and international, though the gaps are narrowing. Fresh industry data show strength in life…

Management Highbrows Bid Adieu To The ‘Road Warrior’ Mentality For Business-To-Business Sales

Old habits may die hard, but they’re no match for a pandemic. According to consulting firms like Bain & Co., travel for business-to-business sales is at risk as organizations, at long last, overcome inertia to tackle a challenging but profitable transformation to virtual selling. Recent research suggests that B2B buyers and sellers are more comfortable…

Experts Argue Travel Management And Human Resources Need A Reunion

Competition for top talent is intense in some industries and keeping demanding workers is challenging. Many companies have recognized this by revamping approaches to human resources. A growing number allow workers to personalize benefits packages. They’re providing various perks to help employees calibrate work/life balance. What about travel? Aligning better with people strategies is perhaps one of travel management’s biggest…

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