Creating a strong travel policy is just the first step to cutting your travel spending. Ensuring your staff comply with a new travel policy is the second, and often more difficult, step in keeping control of your travel costs.
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.
Is the cost of business travel hurting your balance sheet? If you're struggling to rein in travel spending, there's two key questions you can ask to identify the weaknesses in your program.
Strong duty of care practices are key for any business with travelling employees. As an employer, having the right procedures in place maximises the safety of your people and ensures they’re easy to contact if trouble arises.
It’s no secret airlines love business travellers because they usually end up paying significantly more on last minute fares.
A real-life example of how bringing an expert on board can deliver immediate savings.
5 tips for improving your business travel program. Costs for a simple interstate trip can spiral out of control without some basic rules for making bookings, choosing fare classes and selecting preferred suppliers.
Allowing your staff to jump on the internet and make last-minute travel bookings might seem like a good idea but according to Corporate Traveller expert Andrew Kemp, it could be costing your company dearly.
Partnering with the right travel management company is a critical strategy for striking the right balance between productivity and cost savings. Here are some of the ways working closely with that partner can add value.
If you’re responsible for your company’s travel bookings, you’ll know it can be a complex process. Corporate Traveller expert Andrew Kemp understands the complexities well and shares the experiences of one of our customers.
Providing a home away from home is key to keeping your business travellers happy and more productive while they’re on the road.
When it comes to booking travel for your employees, how well do you know their requirements? Do they need flexible stays, gym facilities, prestige suppliers or economical options?
Large cost areas such as a business travel program benefit from strong reporting structures and provide a significant tangible benefit to business by delivering a big picture view of expenditure.