Posted in Culture Methods Policy

Managers Use Many Methods For Business Traveler Engagement

Chicago — When $630 million accounting and consulting firm Baker Tilly about six years ago attempted a “soft” travel program rollout, it didn’t really work….

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Posted in Methods Policy Risk

Norwegian Government Agency Modifies Traveler Behavior Using Distaste For Doing Expense Reports Twice

Some business travelers find the process of creating and submitting expense reports so loathsome that they’ll do anything to avoid it. They’ll even follow policy!…

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Posted in Culture Distribution Suppliers

Providers Diversify Corporate Housing Options For Evolving Workforce

Corporations tend to struggle with buying long-term accommodations. Multiple departments may be involved and a simple, consolidated supply chain isn’t yet a reality. Airbnb last…

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Posted in Sectors Service Suppliers

Keeping The Oversized Under The Radar: IHG Adds B2B Focus On Sports, Media And Entertainment

IHG recently carved out resources to address clients in sports, media and entertainment. More than most other industry verticals, this specialized B2B focus presents an…

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Posted in Methods Policy Reporting

Survey, GBTA Discussions On Policy Compliance Point To Growth For Capture Tools

Chicago – The August Global Business Travel Association convention continued the corporate travel profession’s study of where policy compliance is weak and how to fix…

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Posted in Distribution Negotiating

Change In The Air (RFP)

Chicago — There are lots of tactics for bypassing the hated corporate hotel request for proposals. Mauro Ruggiero hopes the same is happening in airline…

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Posted in Careers Culture Suppliers

As Buyer Frustration With Sales Tactics Seems To Grow, Humanizing Is The Answer

It’s a time for new ideas, new competitors and new blood in corporate travel. That means new people on both the buyer and supplier sides,…

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