Latest Corporate Traveller News
Travel industry veteran Tom Walley has been appointed General Manager for Corporate Traveller Australia.
Accor announced today (1 May 2019) it will open its ninth Art Series hotel in Perth’s CBD in October 2019.
When Corporate Traveller recently announced the result of a competition running in collaboration with AccorHotels, the winner turned out to be a long time, regular guest of the group’s properties.
The transformation of high-end hotel lobbies into ‘micro-communities’ - places where hotel guests and locals can enjoy a mix of goods and services is becoming a popular trend in the hotel sector.
Strikingly contemporary, The Fantauzzo does not need to compete for attention.
Disruption is coming to the workforce and women will be uniquely placed to benefit from the impending change, according to Kate Mills business builder, creative thinker and the keynote speaker at Corporate Traveller’s International Women’s Day event in Sydney yesterday.
The Flight Centre Travel Group’s (FCTG) new corporate travel think-tank event, Cultivate, will kick off this afternoon in Brisbane amidst a buzz of business brainstorming.
The strength of Flight Centre Travel Group’s (FCTG’s) global and Australian corporate businesses, as well as accelerated overseas earnings from other operations, have helped FCTG to post record half-year financial results.
The Flight Centre Travel Group (FLT) has extended its longstanding relationship with Qantas by agreeing to become part of the airline’s new Qantas Channel.
We are running a company-wide survey on the sharing economy to find out how prevalent the use of services like Uber and Airbnb are in the business travel sector.
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A handful of some of the country’s most loved female role models talked to gender diversity and equality in the workplace at the recent Womenwise event in Sydney.