It’s time to talk business travel! It’s the way your company gets it done. Travel offers growth, team bonding, creativity, solid relationships, and plenty more.
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Corporate Traveller India takes a closer look at the current state of business travel – and the trends which will shape our trips in the year ahead
We’re all feeling so hard done by and ready to take back what’s ours: freedom of movement, calm, contentment, and a sense of ‘normalcy’. Hence the emergence of revenge travel, bleisure trips, and workations as a growing trends across the industry.
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What if I’m not feeling confident enough to return to business travel just yet? According to Business Wire, corporate travel levels are expected to rise up to an estimated 70% of pre-COVID levels by the end of 2021, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is feeling confident to get back to ‘normal’ just yet.
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If a year of social distancing, lockdowns and video calls has taught us anything, it’s how much we miss face-to-face interaction. Whilst things won’t go back to normal overnight, vaccines and travel corridors in 2021 will hopefully provide more opportunities to safely rebuild the human connections we took for granted pre-Covid.
We’ve prepared a handy checklist to help you give your travel programme and documents a refresh for 2021, so you are ready to go when those travel requests start to roll on in!
With the Covid-19 vaccines entering the next stages of approval, we predict how this will affect travellers and what the travel experience will look like.
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.
With domestic and international border reopenings still a while away, setting a budget for business travel will feel like a confusing task – but the good news is that you are not alone in feeling that way. Read how and where to start for budgeting for 2021.
Nervous trepidations or confidently excited? What’s going on inside the mind of your travellers right now. Now that some borders are opening up, businesses have started to test the water of business travel – but how are travellers feeling about returning to the skies and roads?
What should you be reviewing and how can you make sure your policy is up-to-scratch? Read our 5 steps for reviewing your travel policy with Covid-19 in mind.
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A lot has happened in a short span of time in 2020 since the COVID-19 global pandemic began. As people were forced to stay in and companies forced to halt operations worldwide, their attitude towards consuming travel also changed. Here is a look at how the buying behaviour of organisations is likely to change.
To help you make the most of this downtime we’ve prepared a handy checklist to help you give your travel program and documents a spring clean, so you are ready to go when those travel requests start to roll on in!
There is no crystal ball to tell us when exactly travel will return, or what we can definitively expect to change, but we know that heightened hygiene measures stemming from Covid-19 will be a critical part of travel moving forward.
As the impact continues to spread with no quick wins in clear sight, it is important to watch, listen and learn from each other to ensure we step-up and get-out of this storm to the best of our ability.
During these challenging times a company’s culture is truly put to the test. Those with a genuinely strong employee culture who ‘walk the talk’ will now see their commitment return dividends.
A good travel management company (TMC) such as Corporate Traveller is invaluable. Through the experience of working with thousands of clients and travellers, your TMC can guide you on the delivery of your duty of care programme, help you analyse the risk of your business destinations and work with you to create a plan for your travellers – for pre, during and post travel.
Booking your next business trip? The business travel landscape has changed and these are the four factors that will be non-negotiable for peace of mind.