At the core of every great travel program is a well-designed and effective air program. Joe Hall, Corporate Traveller Account Manager, takes you through the elements that need to be considered.
More than 20 years in business travel has taught us that getting from A to B is only one part of the experience. Dig a little deeper with our Expert Resources.
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It’s time to get serious about your business culture. We’ve gone straight to the expert and Organisational Psychologist Dianah Ward talks us through what it takes to have a great culture.
Businesses are always looking for ways to reduce their travel costs without comprising on quality for the traveller. That’s where Corporate Traveller’s TravelSMART comes in.
Leadership impacts all facets of your business. We’ve taken a look at what tools are vital for today’s modern manager.
Travel policies are essential for any business with travelling employees. Find out what a travel policy is and why you need one with our handy guide.
Sick of jet lag? Find out the best ways to avoid jet lag and stay healthy for your next long-haul flight. No one wants to turn up exhausted for a business trip.
It began with eBay and continued on with Airbnb and Uber. Then we started with the ‘Uberfication’ of everything.
If you’re a frequent business traveller, you’ll be used to a busy schedule with little consistency or routine – so staying healthy can be a challenge.
Travel Insurance is key for any trip, but when the duty of care falls on the company rather than the traveller, it can be even more vital.
Planning your personal and professional development is the first stage in your next career step, whether that is a step up in your current company, or a step up in another company.
Planning a getaway sometime soon? Imagine if someone else paid for your flights. Sound too good to be true? Well, that’s where ‘bleisure’ comes in.