Browsing tag: safety

83 Percent of Female Business Travelers Report Safety Concern or Incident in Past Year

Gaps Exist in How Managed Travel Programs Address Female Traveler Safety
Alexandria, VA (October 18, 2018) – More than 8 in 10 (83 percent) women say they have experienced one or more safety-related concerns or incidents while traveling for business in the past year, according to new research from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) in partnership with AIG Travel. Key findings…

Podcast: How Can Managed Travel Programs Address the Safety of Female Business Travelers?

For this week’s episode, The Business of Travel revisits an important topic – the safety of women business travelers. In the opening segment, GBTA President Christle Johnson talks GBTA priorities and highlights from a recent GBTA research study on female business travel safety conducted in partnership with WWStay. Next up, WWStay’s…

Podcast – A Global View of Female Business Traveler Safety – Episode 2

On episode two of The Business of Travel, GBTA talks female business traveler safety following International Women’s Day last week. First up, GBTA head of research Jeanne Liu previews some upcoming GBTA research on the safety of female business travelers from both the buyer and traveler perspectives. Next, Wendy Stachowiak, VP…

Access to Risk Management Services Still Far From Universal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:        Colleen Lerro Gallagher, +1 315-447-2331, cgallagher@gbta.org Marianne Varkiani, +1 703-236-1164, mvarkiani@gbta.org   Access to Risk Management Services Still Far From Universal Duty of Care Made Difficult by Lack of Visibility into Travel Plans FRANKFURT (November 28, 2017) – The vast majority of business travellers feel their companies take

Travel Ban Expanded to Include Chad, North Korea and Venezuela

Travel Ban Expanded to Include Chad, North Korea and Venezuela Restrictions Tailored By Country Yesterday the President and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced enhanced global security measures that included adding Chad, North Korea and Venezuela to the list of countries subject to travel restrictions. Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Somalia are again

1 2 3

Archives

Authors