BTN Europe recently launched a new podcast series featuring a panel of experts discussing the latest issues facing the managed travel industry.
The second episode of BTN Europe Week in Review is hosted by BTN’s digital editor Molly Dyson, with Daniel Tallos, travel manager EMEA at Nike, our own Chief Executive Suzanne Horner, and Paul Tilstone, managing partner at Festive Road, discussing the ways in which new and existing business travel technology can help build traveller confidence in getting back on the road during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The previous episode, as we featured previously and that includes Gray Dawes Group’s Chief Commerical Office, Dave Bishop, is also still available to listen to. Find out more on our previous post.
Click on the button above to listen to the episode now. BTN Europe Week in Review is also available through several popular podcast services including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Audible. Listeners can also subscribe to the RSS feed to be notified through their web browser when new episodes are published.
And for business travel updates on the go, be sure to check and follow YourCast – our brand new podcast for all things business travel. Search Gray Dawes YourCast wherever you get your podcast of click on the following links:
To help you navigate the changes of business travel, we’ve created the brand-new Traveller Toolkit. This invaluable online resource is packed full of easy-to-use guides and checklists for every stage of every journey. We detail exactly what you need to know and do before, during and after your trip.
You’ll also find innovative and interactive virtual trips, which walk you through each step of being at the airport, on the train and in the hotel. You can even check the travel restrictions and health status of your destination with our comprehensive COVID-19 Country Tracker, updated five times daily to ensure you have the very latest information to help keep you and your travellers safe.
Travel is changing. But with common sense and a good TMC behind you, travellers should have the confidence to once again take to the skies. It’ll soon be business as (un)usual.