from our business travel consultants
We identify the most pertinent news stories from the corporate travel press and offer our analysis of what this means for businesses. Think of it as your travel cheat-sheet for staying in the know!
The most pertinent news stories from the business travel press and our analysis of what this means for businesses. Think of it as your travel cheat-sheet for staying in the know! Check out four news stories which grabbed our attention this month.
We regularly identify the most pertinent news stories from the business travel press and offer our analysis of what this means for businesses. Here are five articles recent articles that could affect your travel programme.
Given that many business-to-business and technology companies performed remarkably well during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’d be easy to say that Zoom has killed business travel. But the evidence shows the opposite.
The cost of a trip is going to be increasingly under scrutiny in the future and travel managers will need to educate bookers and travellers about just how their business travel fits into the organisation’s overall strategy.
The government’s Global Travel Taskforce report sets out the recommendations for a safe return to international travel. Here, we present a detailed overview of the Transport Secretary’s report and all the salient findings.
A new study reveals employees are impacted more than just company profits due to the lack of business travel as a result of COVID. The survey reveals some surprising information about the true impact of business travel.
In this unmissable Research Paper, Gray Dawes Consulting Manager – Aman Pourkarimi – reveals how travel managers have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to positively impact their company beyond just covid savings.
In this article our Consulting Manager, Aman, discusses what Digital Health Passports are, why there is a market for them, who is providing them and whether they are, as many predict, the silver bullet for unlocking travel restrictions.