According to a recent CWT survey, 87% of customers asked for sustainability information provided to their traveling employees.
Carlson Wagonlit Study Reveals Eco-Friendly Business Travel Trends
Carlson Wagonlit Travel research has revealed three sustainable tourism trends emerging since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
BA Holidays Stops Package Deals in COVID-19 Muckup
British Airways Holidays has now canceled trips for the coming weeks after an effort to sell package deals despite the national lockdown. Some clients were apparently taking advantage of business flights to take leisure trips. According to the reports, BA Holidays has already removed deals for sale, and the airline is letting booked customers know […]
For Sustainable Crete: A Last Chance for Philoxenia
The recent FVW Workshop hosted on Crete may serve as a warning that government and corporate interests care little for the island’s future.
Concur TripLink Extends Benefits of Managed Travel Programs
Integrated travel and expense service, Concur, has announced the launch of Concur TripLink. A solution for corporate users to benefit from managed travel plans, Concur TripLink allows for benefits to be gleaned even outside outside of their current programs.
Moscow’s Lotte Hotel named best in Europe
Winning the 2014 Prix Villégiature award as the best hotel in Europe, Lotte Hotel in Moscow took home the French awards’ biggest prize this week. Can this fabulous accommodation really be considered a business hotel?
Deloitte Tags Guy Langford as Leader of US Travel, Hospitality & Leisure Practice
Guy Langford succeeds Adam Weissenberg as Vice-Chairman of Deloitte, according to a press release by the firm today. Deloitte LLP, and leader of the Travel, Hospitality & Leisure in the US, serves about 80 percent of all Fortune 500 travel.
EU Launches New Business Avenues into Southeast Asia
The EU this week announced a pilot program, New Business Avenues into Southeast Asia for European SMEs in the Southeast Asian region via a hub in Singapore. According to the SingaporeCompanyIncorporation.sg, a leading Singapore incorporation portal, the new office hub there in Singapore makes strategic sense.
European Companies See Business Travel as Top Three Risk
Business travel in Europe might be expected to pick up in 2013, but the concerns over risk associated with employee international travel is also on the rise among companies in the region, as research published by the ACE Group shows. More than half of the companies the group surveyed think that the level of business travel […]
Business Travel Costs Rise, Driven By BRIC Nations
Anyone planning a business trip to Russia, Brazil, or India in the near future would do well to avoid delaying their travel plans. Or at least, they would if the new American Express Global Business Travel survey is to be believed.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel Goes Online in China
Last week Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) announced their having launched their online booking tool CWT Online for China based business travelers. According to the company, the launch is an industry first OBT available in China. Powered by TravelSky, the tool is designed to make booking easier for pros in the region.
East Europe – Far East Drive World Travel
As Western Europe struggles under the weight of its debt and the Arab Spring continues to rumble on to an uncertain future, travel groups are turning to Eastern Europe and the Far East as they look to bring some cheer into 2012.
Tune Hotel Ermita Opens in Time for Manila FAME
Tune Hotels, one of the world’s fastest growing hospitality concerns, opens their latest hotel in Manila. Just in time for the FAME festival of business events, Hotel Ermita is a valuable alternative for visitors.
CT Business Travel Acquires Medway Travel Limited
News from London reveals CT Business Travel’s acquisition of Maidstone business Medway Travel Limited. After 8 months of research in the sector, CT Business Travel selected Medway as their logical growth opportunity.
Corporate Enterprises’ Im-mobile Travel Policies
As global enterprise continues to grow and vast numbers of corporate employees embark on business-related trips, a new survey has revealed that the majority of businesses are missing the boat when it comes to travel advice.