Judges at the BTN Group’s 9th annual Innovate conference gave top honors to meetings management travel platform Troop, while inaugural Innovate winner TripBam received top accolades from attendees.
Corporate buyers expect to pay more for hotel stays in 2023, even as reduced service levels continue to impact business travelers
Three experts share insights on airfare trends and how travel managers should respond
A greater appetite for digital solutions during the pandemic opened up a new world of efficiencies for SMEs and that demand has accelerated this year as they get back to business travel.
The sky’s the limit for the hospitality sector, coming up with ideas like “togetherness programs” and offering increasingly bizarre spiritual and nature-based activities. But for how long will companies take the bait?
Anyone making predictions about the future of business travel over the next 18 months could be forgiven for painting a very bleak picture indeed.
Global market hotel rates have declined since early June, and lessening demand for leisure helped “bring down rates for corporate transient, particularly in primary markets that entertain a strong mix of business and leisure travel,” according to a new report from reshopping platform TRIPBAM.
Amadeus and TRIPBAM separately reported data this week suggesting that corporate travel demand continues to gain momentum. Plus, China-based Dajia wants to sell $1.3 billion worth of hotels and other news.