Research & Reports
What You Need To Know Reports
The pandemic isn’t the only risk business travelers may face. Hurricanes, civil war, terrorism, and kidnapping are still real and present dangers. Travel is coming back; make sure you’re prepared with essential information for these times of uncertainty and change.
The last two years have also been a time for reflection, leading to a refocus on new priorities for the future.
What does this refocus mean for travel? We’ve identified a short list of trends, which we think will come to resonate with both travel managers and travelers during 2022.
Plans by telecommunications companies AT&T and Verizon to roll out new 5G mobile services across the U.S. has caused concern in the aviation and travel industry, even though 5G has already been rolled out in Europe and Asia. This new report considers the issues surrounding 5G deployment in the U.S.
From late November 2021, countries around the world started to reimpose travel restrictions in response to rapidly emerging concerns about the Omicron variant of COVID-19, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has classified as a variant of concern.
While they have yet to become a mandatory condition of travel, a traveler’s vaccination status is increasingly being used to determine which travel restrictions they are subject to and which services and amenities they can access at their destination.
Infographics & Research Snapshots
More than 40% of workers have returned to the office, and this trend is expected to accelerate during 2022.
With this survey we aimed to explore travelers’ attitudes towards new ways of working and traveling for business in the currently changing environment influenced by the pandemic.
This report guides travel managers through the opportunities and challenges facing their HR colleagues; how HR and travel program objectives align; and the ways travel and HR can partner to drive overall business goals.
White papers & guides
In this time of uncertainty, one thing is true – travel managers are facing more pressure than ever before. Your travel program is in the spotlight and stakeholders are anxious. It’s not just travelers asking questions and seeking reassurance. Your executives are, too.
Travel managers collaborate widely with stakeholders – sharing data and technology to improve traveler safety and well-being, and create value for their company. This research in collaboration with GBTA suggests several steps that travel programs can take to better engage stakeholders.
An ACTE Corporate Travel Study in collaboration with BCD Travel. This paper will better help you understand the opportunities and challenges inherent in quality management as well as provide you with insight from industry leaders that will prompt discussion.
Cities & Trends reports
Top destinations for business travelers from the United States.
Top destinations for business travelers from United States