May 2014 News Archive

Why travel management is so important in the marine industry

Why travel management is so important in the marine industry
Thursday 29th May 2014

For the vast majority of companies, the term business travel is associated with rail journeys, domestic and international flights and hotel stays for staff sent to meetings, conferences and events to meet customers, colleagues and potential business partners.

Travel can represent a major part of total business expenditure for large multinational corporations, so the services of a...

Business travel market maintains strong growth

Business travel market maintains strong growth
Tuesday 27th May 2014

Last October American Express predicted that subdued economic growth would not dampen demand for business travel in 2014 and that companies would continue to send their employees off on trips across the globe.

Now, with the release of new figures from the Guild of Travel Management Companies (GMTC), it looks as though this forecast was accurate, at least in the UK, with the...

Value for money the top priority for corporate travel buyers

Value for money the top priority for corporate travel buyers
Friday 23rd May 2014

It may come as no surprise to most travel management companies that the biggest priority for corporate travel buyers when spending on business travel is achieving value for money.

Indeed, with budgets having been squeezed during a lengthy period of economic uncertainty, businesses are more concerned than ever with making their money go further.

The latest Small Business Report...

Identifying the need for new travel technology

Identifying the need for new travel technology
Wednesday 21st May 2014

One of the first steps in adopting new travel technology is to identify a need within your travel management business; a problem that needs to be resolved or an issue that must be tackled in order to improve your company's performance, create a better environment for your staff and provide a better service to your...

Qatar's all-business flights prove premium travel is not dead

Qatar's all-business flights prove premium travel is not dead
Tuesday 20th May 2014

Much has been made of the apparent shift towards economy air travel among business passengers in recent months, with budget airlines working hard to attract those flying for work purposes.

British no-frills carrier easyJet, for example, just announced that one in five of its passengers are now travelling on business following its move to sell through global distribution...

Business travellers provide a boost for easyJet

Business travellers provide a boost for easyJet
Thursday 15th May 2014

New figures released by budget airline easyJet show that the shift from premium to economy air travel among corporate passengers is continuing as companies tighten their belts and seek cheaper alternatives to traditional business class services.  

The carrier said that in the 12 months to the end of March, it welcomed 12 million business passengers on board its planes, which is a...

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