Travel Managers Find Satisfaction, Cost-Savings with Dynamic Pricing Model

Travel Managers Find Satisfaction, Cost-Savings with Dynamic Pricing Model

Last week, the GBTA Foundation released a study looking at travel manager awareness, adoption rates and satisfaction with dynamic pricing models for hotels. Dynamic Pricing for hotel corporate rates has been around for approximately 10 years, but the adoption of this pricing model has been a slow one. The study, Dynamic Hotel Pricing – Has…

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How Do Travel Managers View Corporate Booking Technology?

Alexandria, Virginia – The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) – the world’s largest business travel association, today launches the findings from a study into how travel managers view online booking tools (OBTs). The study, made possible by Deem, examines how U.S. and Canada-based travel managers view corporate booking technology and how the pandemic has impacted…

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Sustainable Corporate Travel in Europe

Today we’re talking about new research from GBTA in partnership SAP Concur, looking at sustainable corporate travel in Europe. As efforts to increase environmental awareness have given rise to ecotourism and “flight shaming” in the consumer space, it’s unclear how these efforts impact corporate travel programs. This study explores how corporate travel managers address sustainability…

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The Evolution of Corporate Travel Content

Today we’re talking about new research from GBTA in partnership SAP Concur, looking at the evolution of corporate travel content. As innovation and technology continue to disrupt nearly every aspect of an organization, this recent study of U.S. travel managers explores the impact of such changes on corporate travel management and reveals interesting insights on…

Over Two in Three Travel Programs Impacted by Payment-Related Data Breach in the Past Year

Alexandria, VA (April 25, 2019) – Nearly 70 percent of travel buyers say their business travelers have been affected by a payment-related data breach from an outside vendor such as an airline, hotel or retailer in the past year, according to new research out today from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) in partnership with AirPlus International. The research also reveals that travel buyers believe the risk of fraud is growing, with two-thirds (68 percent) saying travel programs face a greater risk of fraud today than they did two to three years ago.

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Podcast: How Technology Impacts Traveller Behaviour & Safety

For this week’s episode, The Business of Travel previews GBTA webinar content airing a recent session called How Technology Impacts Traveller Behaviour & Safety. During the webinar experts from GBTA and SAP Concur dive into the results of a recent European research study that looked to explore business traveller booking behaviour.

Survey: Consolidation of Event Programs Leads to Future Success for Travel Managers, Event Planners

Alexandria, Va. – December 12, 2017 – Travel, meeting and event program consolidation — when organizations connect internal structures that overlap in function, but have not historically communicated with each other — has grown 62 percent since 2015. If this trend continues at this rate, two-thirds (68 percent) of programs will be fully consolidated by…