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THIS WEEK'S ‘Freedom Day’ in New South Wales is a much-needed lifeline for both small and medium sized businesses and could be the catalyst to economic recovery across the state, according to Corporate Traveller General Manager Australia, Tom Walley.
CORPORATE TRAVELLER in Australia has revealed 80 per cent of new business wins in August have come from SMEs ditching the DIY model in favour of the traditional Travel Management Company – a sign that personalised support will be vital when domestic and international borders reopen.
Corporate Traveller survey: 4 in 5 NSW and VIC businesses not impacted by the 2021 lockdowns, or are planning their bounceback
Find out the SMEs that survived, thrived and won’t return post-lockdown.
Our General Manager Tom Walley offers his ideas on how businesses can use the current quiet lockdown period to prepare for a quick recovery when borders open and business can recommence trading freely.
As we re-emerge from the disruption of the past 18 months, we wanted to take this chance to connect and provide an update on our exciting plans.
General Manager Tom Walley shares the surprising routes that are growing during lockdowns and uncovers the surprising segments of the travel market that continue to perform strong.
General Manager Tom Walley believes SMEs will not only be key in driving the recovery of the travel market, but their return to travel will also give Australia a much-needed economic boost.
Corporate Traveller data reveals the industries that will drive a post-lockdown business travel bounceback
We recently analysed our booking data to give our customers a picture of what the market could look like post-lockdown. Check out the findings.
MORE than 80 per cent of people support both domestic and international vaccine passports to open a return more rapidly to business travel, according to polling results just released by the corporate arms of the Flight Centre Travel Group (FCM, Corporate Traveller, Flight Centre Business Travel, and Stage and Screen).
Australia’s showcase business travel event – Illuminate, returns this October to help SMEs safely navigate the way forward in the post-pandemic recovery.
Life lesson in the importance of applying empathy and human intelligence to customer engagements, which is even more pertinent in today’s world of marketing technology.
Discover how start-up founder, Helen Baker from Spill the Beans went from hosting live events to turning her business into an online and virtual events.