Business Travel Takes a “People First” Approach

Business Travel Takes a “People First” Approach

When people think of “business travel,” it rarely conjures up fond memories. In fact, our minds might be more likely to drift to the classic scene from the movie Planes, Trains and Automobiles, where Steve Martin’s high-strung character loses his mind at the rental...
More Executives Looking to Sharing Economy

More Executives Looking to Sharing Economy

Sharing economy services like Uber and Airbnb are now ubiquitous in the travel landscape, but their use in corporate travel programs has been more the exception than the norm. Is a shift on its way? Part of the problem travel managers have faced with early adoption in...
How Traveler Data Shapes the Traveler Experience

How Traveler Data Shapes the Traveler Experience

Harnessing traveler data in the right way can dramatically improve the travel experience–on the individual level and for company travel programs. Traveler data is essentially a subset of big data, sets of data so large they cannot be processed through...
Travel Industry Increases Focus on Data Security

Travel Industry Increases Focus on Data Security

As we continue our inevitable drift toward a fully digital world, the need to protect personal information increases with each passing day. To complicate things further, as we progress down this digital road, not only does it become increasingly important for us to...
Bleisure: Business Travel’s New Normal

Bleisure: Business Travel’s New Normal

If you’re going on a business trip to San Diego, you might as well enjoy a little sun and sand while you’re there, right? As silly as the term bleisure may sound, this growing trend is changing the way companies view business travel, all the way from travel policies...