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GBTA’s McCormick: Creating Conference Content Should Be ‘Like Church And State’

It was a remarkable rebuke. During the Global Business Travel Association convention in August, one of the association’s board members chastised a seminar speaker mid-session…

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Stealthy Firm Plans Real-Time Driver Safety Audits, But Will There Be A Need?

How closely should companies watch who is driving their people around? Execs needing to reduce risk use chauffeured services that outline data privacy, insurance and…

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Travel Management On The ‘Precipice’ Of Better Using Data For Improved Traveler Experience

A research paper released last week called for corporations to put more focus on measuring trip friction, success rates, and recruitment, retention and attrition. While survey…

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With Success Stories Piling Up, Industry Seeks Common Virtual Payment Processes

San Diego – Industry players are working to smooth out the rough spots in virtual payment for managed travel. Even without commonality across all the…

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Posted in Distribution Suppliers

Hotel Content Aggregators Find A Place In Corporate Programs

San Diego – It wasn’t always this way, but the current thinking is that consumer-originating hotel content aggregators have a role in managed travel. Look…

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GBTA Study Group Endorses Hotel Safety And Security Directory Concept

San Diego – A Global Business Travel Association GLP team wants to build a directory of hotel properties that clear a safety and security screening…

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Vic Pynn On Three Questions Every Industry Leader Must Ask

There’s a common concern that as professionals from older generations wrap up their careers, the corporate travel profession won’t find enough younger talent to fill…

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