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New Airport Health Screenings Would Impact Corporate Pre-Trip Prep

The International Air Transport Association plans to hold virtual meetings with governments and other stakeholders as soon as this month to kickstart coordination on health…

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Op Ed: Dr. Robert Quigley On Business Diligence In Addressing Covid-19

Prof. Robert Quigley, M.D., is SVP and regional medical director in the Americas for International SOS Assistance and MedAire. Here he stresses a conscientious approach…

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Coronavirus Fears Bite At Business Travel

A U.S.-based, multinational retailer with a household name has banned all international travel to reduce risk from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Other organizations…

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Op Ed: Kevin Coffey On What Travel Managers Should Know About The Coronavirus

There’s been a lot of confusion since the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) emerged a month ago in Wuhan in China’s Hubei province. This week, several companies…

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Jet Lag App Makers Court Corporate Travel Managers

It’s 2020 and organizations should care about their employees. It helps the bottom line. The thinking behind the recent strong-economy awakening to the traveler experience…

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A Few Minutes With JoeSentMe’s Joe Brancatelli

Jay Campbell this week spoke for about seven minutes with columnist Joe Brancatelli from Joe Sent Me, a website for business travelers. Brancatelli talked about…

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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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