Laws, attitudes and cultural norms can affect the safety and security of business travelers who are members of the LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and queer) community. Use planning, education and the support of your company and travel program to promote safety for LGBTQ+ travelers.
Functional issues within an online booking tool led a company’s travelers to seek hotels outside of the travel program. Find out how BCD helped drive adoption of an OBT that now offers travelers the choices they want.
Members of BCD Travel’s EMEA sustainability team randomly selected and tested apps designed to help users live more sustainable lifestyles and invest in our planet. Our testers rated the apps on a scale of one to five stars in three categories: Ease of Use, Educational Value and Overall Usability.
BCD’s research and innovation expert Miriam Moscovici has been appointed the company’s Vice President of Partnership and Research. The change brings BCD’s SolutionSource® third-party marketplace under the same umbrella as the research and intelligence team that Moscovici already manages. The team of researchers and innovation experts together will identify concrete ways to solve problems in managed travel. They will continue to produce research and reports to stay abreast of the changes and trends that affect the industry and its ancillaries.
Find new ways of working and explore the global business travel marketplace with BCD Travel, inspirational speakers and other suppliers at Business Travel Show Europe, June 29-30 at ExCel London. Register via BCD to get exclusive perks.
In the May/June edition of Business Travel Executive, experts from BCD Travel, BCD Meetings & Events and Advito contributed to a conversation about business travelers’ growing interest in who’s doing what for sustainability.
BCD Travel is celebrating World Environment Day for the 13th year, in support of the United Nations Environment Programme. Put simply, BCD is part of a global movement committed to environmental stewardship. There’s #OnlyOneEarth. Here’s how we’re helping take care of it.
It may be hard to imagine, but the pandemic isn’t the only risk that business travelers face. Extreme weather, civil war, terrorism, and kidnapping are real dangers, and cybersecurity threats are growing. Make sure your travelers, program and policy are prepared with essential information, tactics and readiness plans.
For travel buyers, traveler satisfaction and wellbeing is the second most important travel program priority after duty of care, according to a recent BCD Travel survey. In March, the travel management company surveyed 118 travel buyers worldwide, with 92% of survey respondents ranking the topic as extremely or very important.
Flying halfway across the world can affect your business travelers’ wellbeing and productivity, especially if they’re new to long trips or just resuming them following a travel hiatus. While there’s no easy way to beat jet lag, there are a few things travel teams can do to help ease traveler journeys.
Jonathan Kao, Managing Director of Greater China at BCD Travel, appeared on China Global Television Network’s newscast to talk about virtual travel and travel recovery in the region.
From feuding tiger keepers to beloved superheroes, film and TV productions helped keep us entertained during the lockdown months of the pandemic. Helen Williams, a Commercial Program Manager for BCD Media & Entertainment, sat down with Business Traveller magazine to recount how her team navigated COVID restrictions to help support those crews as they traveled.
BCD’s 2022 traveler wellbeing research found more than half of business travelers would likely become digital nomads if their employer’s policies allowed.