Discover what corporate travel management will look like over the next twelve months. In this episode of Travel Talks, we explore the operational, economic, geopolitical and technology factors which will influence the business travel industry in 2024, exploring what this will mean for organisations, travel managers and travellers.
In a world where connectivity and convenience are paramount, Mobility as a Service (MaaS) strives to simplify the travel experience. In this article, we delve into the benefits of MaaS, and how both individuals and businesses stand to gain from embracing the innovation.
We’ve partnered with global travel tech innovator, Snowfall, who like us have expanded into the Australia market, in order to challenge legacy providers with their ground-breaking multimodal travel sourcing and booking platform, Junction. This means we’re able to deliver unrivalled multimodal travel content and state-of-the-art user experiences for the benefit of our corporate clients down under.
On the 31 January 2023, we invited a few of our customers to our first ever Client Innovation Hub event. The goal was simple; to hear what our clients thought about our technology and to help us craft our client-focussed roadmap that truly meets the needs of today’s business traveller.
Past efforts to use gamification to nudge corporate travellers into making specific decisions never really took off. But with sustainability top-of-mind for many companies, the concept could be revived as businesses look for ways to reduce their carbon footprint.
Booking in-policy with your travel management company is fundamental to driving an efficient travel programme. Doing so using your TMC’s online booking tools ensures you can achieve the very best ROI and savings.