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8 Mar 2018
First episode available now
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20 Dec 2017
The expansion of India’s economy and infrastructure is putting corporate travel on a steep upward trajectory
GBTA conference session on meetings management meets travel management
1 Dec 2017
Thanks to a partnership with MPI, attendees of the GBTA Europe Conference 2017 had the chance to hear a panel of experts discuss top tips for bringing a company’s travel and meetings management under one umbrella
30 Nov 2017
Sector could be transformed by the development of artificial intelligence
30 Nov 2017
Majority of UK travellers still make some bookings outside managed channels
Research by the GBTA Foundation and Sabre
23 Oct 2017
Time in transit is biggest challenge for employees
21 Sep 2017
Association partners with MPI on education sessions
19 Jul 2017
More than 70 countries are still criminalising homosexuality
18 Jul 2017
Harvard professor outlines how travel compliance can be improved
18 Jul 2017
CWT/GBTA forecast suggests UK companies will face higher travel costs
20 Jun 2017
Organisations warn of threat to transparency and competition from airlines
19 Jun 2017
Buyers urged to frequently audit hotel rates
16 Jun 2017
Buyers are under new pressures from the government and travellers to find more sustainable suppliers…
16 Jun 2017
Speciality ‘business houses’ for both sides of industry
2 Jun 2017
Report highlights need for better auditing of negotiated hotel rates
26 May 2017
Dynamic pricing and new fare-tracking tools are creating a complex, fast-moving environment for travel procurement
22 May 2017
Travel organisation is predicting a huge loss in travel spend due to ‘political uncertainty’
IATA calls for strengthening of airline security
25 Apr 2017
Study shows companies need to address concerns of travellers
25 Apr 2017
BBT looks at how the ‘bot’ revolution is starting to impact on the business travel community
Paul Wait
6 Apr 2017
CEO Paul Wait says tactic is undermining the B2B market