This survey explores the importance of traveler wellness and the corporate initiatives intended to improve the traveler experience. The results are based on an online survey of 53 travel managers worldwide conducted in November 2018. According to the outcome, a big gap exists between the wellness initiatives travel managers find important and those that are actually in place, especially when it comes to health and work-life balance.
Global hotel rates will increase around the world by 1-3% in 2019 and air fares by 1-2% in most markets, according to leading business travel management company BCD Travel’s newly released 2019 Industry Forecast. The increase in hotel rates is largely due to demand growth slightly outpacing supply in most markets. Air fares are expected to remain flat in Africa, decrease 2% in Latin America and increase by 1% or 2% in all other regions.
If you think your travel program doesn’t really affect other areas of the business, think again. This infographic shows how travel makes a difference in recruiting and retaining employees, boosting security, controlling costs, generating revenue and more.
The Mobilize Your Travel Program: Engage with the Mobile World paper features an infographic explaining the mobilization process, and it’s filled with tips and to-dos on how — and why — to take action now.
Fulfill your duty of care by protecting your travelers, your bottom line, and your reputation.
BCD Travel’s certified project leadership methodology makes implementation a smooth process. These are our keys to implementation success.
The ability to understand and use the data that impacts your travel program and making decisions that will have a positive impact. That is business intelligence.
Make disruptions easier on travelers with Proactive Re-accomodation