If you’re a SME, chances are you have growth on your mind. But, as all good business leaders and owners know, achieving growth isn’t just about clinching deals...
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 Insights.
Sydney-based Sally King has been working in the travel industry for the past 15 years. She holds the role of National Account Management Leader for Australia’s leading SME business travel provider Corporate Traveller.
When it comes to your hotel and accommodation spend - meeting the needs of your travellers and the commercial objectives of your company budget can be a balancing act.
We talk to a lot of customers who are unsure about the benefits of partnering with a TMC. To give you a quick overview, we've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions we get from new customers.
There's small airfare increases on the horizon but Aussie business travellers will more than make up the difference in value for money on flights in the next financial year.
EXPERT onboarding is the procedure used by Corporate Traveller to deliver an efficient and successful transition to professionally managed business travel.
Booking flights, hotels and transfers can really eat up your time, especially if there's a lot of travellers relying on you to get them from A to B. And fast.
Corporate Traveller was created for a single purpose, to help SMEs save time and money managing their business travel.
A business travel program should be treated like any other controllable expense. It should be set up for growth, benchmarked and analysed to ensure you're getting the best value for your dollar.
One of the most frequent gripes I encounter from customers is the difficulty many have in redeeming a business class ticket or cabin upgrades with points.
Do you know how much you spend on hotel rooms? If you're looking to reduce your accommodation spend, the Corporate Traveller team has discovered some interesting trends you should know about.
Implementing a new workplace system requires changes in behaviour from staff to succeed. The technical challenges of introducing new technology or admin processes often pale in comparison to the biggest change obstacle of all, internal resistance.