A new study by leading travel management company BCD Travel shows that half of the most visited business travel destinations worldwide have dangerous levels of air pollution. At a regional level, only North America and Southwest Pacific can be considered relatively safe. All other regions have cities with air pollution levels ranging from moderate (Europe) to hazardous (Asia) or extremely hazardous (Middle East). BCD Travel initiated the Inform report to warn travel managers about the risks of air pollution for their business travelers, and advises them to include the issue of air quality in their travel risk management programs.
Those commuting to offices in the most congested cities in the world such as Los Angeles, Moscow and Sao Paulo have it easy compared to the typical worker in the Energy, Resources and Marine sectors. Getting to his “office,” a typical ERM worker might hop two planes before catching a helicopter to an offshore rig in the North Sea miles from the coast of Norway. It can take a full day to get to work.
Traveler wellness and satisfaction are the third-highest priority among corporate travel managers after cost control and duty of care, according to a recent survey of 53 travel managers from around the globe. The survey was conducted by the leading travel management company, BCD Travel.
Leading travel management company BCD Travel awarded Kathy Jackson, Executive Vice President, Global Program Client Management & Advito, as its first recipient of the BCD Travel Women of Distinction award. The award was presented at a leadership summit last week.”With the award we want to celebrate extraordinary women in our organization,” says John Snyder, President and CEO, BCD Travel. ”We hope it will inspire people across the company by putting a spotlight on role models of achievement and innovation.”
BCD Travel today announced plans to introduce their third-generation traveler identity management system built on the industry leading SAP Customer Data Cloud solution. The new solution will transform BCD’s existing TripSource® Profile Manager into a digital-first solution that combines three unique functions – 1: traveler identity management, 2: traveler consent management and 3: traveler profile management – in one unified platform.
Johtava liikematkatoimisto BCD Travel on tänään julkistanut vuoden 2018 tuloksensa. Yrityksen kokonaismyynti on 27,1 miljardia Yhdysvaltain dollaria. Luku pitää sisällään kumppanimyynnin osuuden; 10,7 miljardia Yhdysvaltain dollaria. Myynti kasvoi 6 prosenttia vuodesta 2017 ja uusmyyntiä oli jälleen yli miljardin.
The influence of machine learning, blockchain, and chatbots can provide corporate travel managers powerful communication tools for driving travel program compliance, according to an Inform series report published by leading business travel management company, BCD Travel.
BCD Travel today announced that Rennies Travel has joined its Global Network, present in 109 countries worldwide. Headquartered in South Africa, Rennies Travel specializes in corporate travel, incentive and group travel, leisure travel and travel technologies. Part of the Bidvest group, Rennies Travel serves clients in South Africa from six offices, in addition to serving clients around the world.
BCD Travel on tunnistanut kuusi trendiä, joihin matkustajien kannattaa kiinnittää huomiota vuonna 2019. Se on tehnyt myös katsauksen kolmeen asiaan, jotka nousivat ensimmäistä kertaa esiin vuoden 2018 aikana. Seuraavaksi tarkastelemme lyhyesti muutamaa niistä kuudesta asiasta, jotka suosivat liikematkustajaa tulevana vuonna.
BCD Travel has entered into an agreement with the Lufthansa Group airlines (Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS and Brussels Airlines) that will enable the travel management company to pilot booking the Lufthansa Group airlines’ New Distribution Capability (NDC) content.