Business travel has changed. We can go further, faster, in far more ways than ever before. But with all those choices on the map, it can be hard to know where to turn.
By upgrading your business travel programme, you can make the most of these seriously precious resources
Things to remember when you hit the road. While we’ll miss the cat cameos and custom backgrounds, many of us are ready for a bit more human connection.
As part of our commitment to sustainability, we’re working to help our travelling customers understand what sustainable travel looks like and to encourage options that work for both the planet and people. We’re making it easier to track your travel, understand the more responsible options out there, and build your sustainability policies as part of your travel policy.
Sustainability. It’s a buzz word that we’re all hearing a lot of right now. But there’s a reason that sustainability is a hot topic – it has never been more urgent to talk about. The harsh reality is that humans are at the heart of climate change, the biggest contributors, and we need to step up our efforts, all of us.
When the pandemic first hit in 2020, visitors to Venice evaporated almost instantly. As a result, the canals of Venice began to transform into the healthy and clean standards of decades long gone. Two years later, as business and leisure travelers get back out there, Venice has adapted entry rules in a hope to maintain that pristine nature.
Half-way through 2022, we’ve had a bit of time to reflect on a slowly-returning-to-normal world. We’re not there yet, but we are getting there. This year feels different, doesn’t it? Leave it to a global pandemic to curb travel and stop people from driving to work to force a decline on carbon emissions.
While the obvious answer for sustainability is travelling less, the reality is that many companies depend on travel. That’s why we believe the trick is to make it count. By making each trip, each journey purposeful and impactful, you’re taking change into your own hands.
You’ve probably seen pronouns popping up on social media profiles or email signatures after people’s name. They look like: she/her, he/him, they/them, or even they/he or she/they. But what does it mean?
The fight for LGBTQ+ rights in the UK has been a long, long road. So much has changed, yet there is still much work to be done.
Does talking travel technology make your eyes glaze over? So many tools. So much functionality. We get it! But….it’s kinda important.
Business travel technology has advanced at super speed, but one aspect that has remained consistent throughout that evolution is the need for personal service. It's time for both.
“The key is when a customer walks away, thinking, 'Wow, I love doing business with them, and I want to tell others about the experience.’” - Shep Hyken
With years in the customer success team behind him, James is poised to ensure we deliver the best experience when companies start to partner with us, wherever they are in the world.
Diversifying your travel programme starts from the ground up. We can help get you build travel policy that supports diversity and inclusion in your company.
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