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Updates: Moscovici To College; Travel And Transport Enhances Agent Tool; Latest On Startups; Travel Leaders Corporate Renews Data Practice

Sometimes the things we write about peter out. Sometimes more developments happen, but they don’t warrant an entirely new article. In other cases, something unexpected or counterintuitive is noteworthy in its continuance. Hence, the Updates post. Click to jump to info on the latest from a rare collegiate program focused on corporate travel, enhancements for Travel and…

Updates: Self-Service At United; Corporate Travel In Academia; Seat Swap Flop; Advito-Cisco

Sometimes the things we write about peter out. Sometimes more developments happen, but they don’t warrant an entirely new article. In other cases, something unexpected or counterintuitive is noteworthy in its continuance. Hence, the Updates post. Click to jump to United’s self-service portal enhancements, the next step for an emerging college-level corporate travel education program,…

Fox World Travel Teams With Professor Brad Seitz For New School

Topaz International CEO Brad Seitz is leaving the travel auditing company he led since 2003 to build resources for corporate travel pros. The idea is to do some consulting, create a buyer community, conduct research and, along with Fox World Travel, formulate an education curriculum. The last part would address both newbies and those looking…

University Plans Rare Corporate Travel Management Curriculum

[UPDATE, March 7, 2018: We published new information about this topic here.] Metropolitan State University of Denver next year will offer corporate travel management education, a scarcity at the collegiate level. By comparison, those interested in becoming a travel agent can find training in several places. Plenty of tourism and hospitality schools offer other kinds of travel-related…

‘Team Value Quest’ Dares To Quantify The Merits Of Travel Management (Phase 1)

Denver – A crew of Global Business Travel Association members seeking designation as Global Leadership Professionals last year set out to quantify managed travel’s impacts. Known as Team Value Quest, the group designed a 90-question survey tool that could be used to grade travel programs. In piloting with 32 organizations, the study squad determined that…

GBTA Education Preview

After the golf outing and spa day are over and before evening frivolities, away from the exhibition floor din and the general session celebrity, GBTA’s convention attendees in Denver next month will seek education. This year there are more than 80 sessions. Putting on that many in an effort to appeal to all is an…

Book Review: Travel Management 101

Former BCD Travel research director Claudia Unger points out that 76 U.K. universities offer a combined 450 tourism-related degrees, none of which focus on corporate travel. If a new program started, her recently published book could fit on the reading list. “Corporate Travel: Hiding in Plain Sight” (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016) is written at…

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