Reducing emissions must be part of our game plan today to make sure we can still connect people and travel for business tomorrow. In a new video from BCD TV, April Bridgeman, Managing Director, Advito, and SVP Hotel Solutions, BCD Travel, points to steps business travelers and travel arrangers can take now to help decarbonize business travel.
More than three-quarters of business travelers say their employer treats traveler health, safety and security as a priority, but only 36% of travelers say their employer unconditionally takes care of their safety and security when working remotely and another 25% don’t know, according to a BCD Travel survey in August. The survey of 674 business travelers worldwide examined travel risk management and the traveler experience, as well as a variety of measures that may improve the health, safety and security of business travelers on the road.
The inclusion of rideshare solutions as part of a holistic business travel ground program is emerging, led in part by an increased focus on sustainability. Ryan Hohag, Director, Global Air and Car Practices shares his insights.
BCD leaders Michèle Lawley, President, Europe, and Christina Reichelt, Senior Director, Global Client Team, are among the 2022 award winners for WINiT by GBTA’s Top 50 Women in Travel. The award recognizes outstanding women professionals from across the globe as nominated by their industry peers and colleagues for their contributions.
Edinburgh, Nashville, Tenn., Reykjavik, Singapore, and Lima, Peru, are the five hottest meeting destinations for next year, according to “What’s Trending 2023,” the global trend report from BCD Meetings & Events, sponsored by Hilton.
BCD Travel is now an approved partner of the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) program with the U.S. Department of Defense. MSEP is an employment and career partnership, connecting military spouses with hundreds of partner employers who commit to recruit, hire, promote and retain them.