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 Suppliers

Sources: Frosch Buys CorpTrav In A Sign Of The Times

No surprise here: Travel management companies are consolidating. The No. 14 company on Travel Weekly’s 2020 list of top leisure and corporate agencies, Houston-based Frosch…

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Posted in Careers Methods Policy

It’s Time For Travel Managers To Take ‘Deep Breaths’ And A Step Back

Some corporate travel operations have moved from crisis mode to a more strategic phase. With virtually no business travel activity underway, everyone will be there…

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Posted in Methods Negotiating Reporting

Industry Vets And A Newbie Muse On Travel Management Metrics That Matter

Some travel management pros see service level agreements with travel management companies as pretty much worthless. SLAs can be hard to measure or validate, and…

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Posted in Methods Suppliers

Frosch Acquisition Of TCG Consulting Centers On ‘Total Cost Of Ownership’ Model

Frosch International Travel acquired TCG Consulting, for the first time enabling the travel management company to offer advisory services. More than 50 employees will join…

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A Few Minutes With Cory Garner

It’s as if he never left! Jay Campbell this week spoke for about eight minutes with American Airlines VP for sales and distribution strategy Cory…

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Mobile Is A Differentiator In Fast-Expanding GoToMeeting Parent’s Frosch Selection

Boston-based LogMeIn roughly tripled its revenue and employees via acquisitions since sourcing pro Jean Johnson joined the tech firm nearly two years ago. As director of…

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