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More Travel Management Company Consolidation Is Coming And If Past Is Precedent, Most Clients Will Be Fine (Audio)

Travel management company owners who sell their companies in the near future will be fortunate to get half of what they could have earned pre-Covid,…

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Army Goes To BCD Travel, Pending CWTSato Appeal

The massive continental U.S. portion of the U.S. Army’s travel program will move to BCD Travel from CWT if the latter’s protest of an award…

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ARC Notes Positive Booking Trends But Preps For Closures At Up To One In Four Travel Management Company Locations (Audio)

Tickets issued by corporate travel agencies last week were down 85.7 percent year over year. It was a slight improvement on the week before, continuing…

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Reporter’s Notebook: Communication Breakdowns, Policy Leakage, Virtual Pay, Government (In)action

With no one conducting in-person corporate events, the industry calendar is filled with webinars and other virtual programming. No one can listen to it all….

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GBTA Throws Its Lot In With ASTA, Ground Transport Groups To Seek Relief

The Global Business Travel Association lent its support to the American Society of Travel Advisors as industry groups press Washington for financial aid. Some individual…

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Op Ed: Ted Perlstein On Getting Involved In Politics

Today’s advisor is Ted Perlstein, vice president of sales and marketing at AmTrav. His guidepost encourages those involved in travel to examine how elected officials…

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Who Speaks For You? (And What Are They Saying?)

Many groups advocate for a wide range of travel issues. Some relate to corporate travel, but who speaks specifically for the corporate travel industry? Sixty…

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