Posted in Careers Policy Productivity

Management Highbrows Bid Adieu To The ‘Road Warrior’ Mentality For Business-To-Business Sales

Old habits may die hard, but they’re no match for a pandemic. According to consulting firms like Bain & Co., travel for business-to-business sales is…

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Posted in Careers Sustainability

The Climate-Equity Connection

By Auden Schendler, vice president of sustainability at Aspen Skiing Company. A little over a year ago, Syracuse University flew me all the way from…

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Posted in Productivity Suppliers

Big Airlines, Card Companies Build ‘Airport Lounges Of Tomorrow’

With unruly passengers, fears of virus transmission and understaffed airport concessions, a quiet place to sit, work and eat can go a long way. American,…

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Posted in Policy Productivity Risk Service

McKinsey To Corporate Travel Managers: Seek Insights On Resuming Travel From Intermediary Data

McKinsey & Company on Wednesday published its latest assessment of the “comeback of corporate travel,” and it’s not bad. That is, the evaluation neatly summarizes…

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Posted in Negotiating Suppliers

Marriott Again Wants To Skip Corporate Rate Negotiations As Hotel Pricing Remains Volatile

As it and several other hotel companies did last year, Marriott International told corporate accounts it would roll over current-year negotiated rates to next year…

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Posted in Distribution Suppliers

AA Sues Sabre, Claiming New Storefront Favors Delta

American Airlines took Sabre to court over the latter’s new deal with Delta. Filed Tuesday afternoon in Texas, the breach of contract suit alleges that…

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Posted in Careers Productivity Risk

Reporter’s Notebook: Corporate Travel Management’s Stature Grows With Complexity

Corporate travel managers are setting up for business travel recovery, but unknowns await. Intel is king. Duty of care is adapting. Sustainability initiatives are further…

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