Posted in Suppliers Sustainability

Reporter’s Notebook: Sustainability Stories

The steady stream of sustainability-related announcements this year became something of a deluge from all corners last month. It’s not only travel suppliers looking to…

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Op Ed: Katharine Farrell On What Brands Need To Consider Following Acquisitions

Executing an acquisition or merger can be tricky, and there have been several in the corporate travel space recently. Katharine Farrell of the Dots &…

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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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Plumbers And Priests? Farmers And Hunters? Profession Ponders ‘Essential’ Business Travel

What’s “essential” business travel? The corporate travel profession has always struggled with this and the answers have changed over time. Some organizations traditionally defined it…

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Posted in Careers Reporting Risk

Ties With Human Resources Tighten As Corporate Travel Management Gains Executive Visibility

In the early days of the crisis, travel departments worked closely with risk and security. They still do, but in many organizations, human resources departments…

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Posted in Careers 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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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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