The travel industry’s foremost futurist discusses where we are and where we are going with three prominent global thought leaders from the US.
Covid has brought risk management to the fore both for organisations and travellers. But there have always been multiple risk factors needing good management, with integrated systems and information. Hear how to run an efficient and right-sized process that identifies and minimises risk in the new environment.
Implementing managed corporate mobility & delivery programmes offers companies the versatility required in a post-pandemic world. From flexible rules to streamlined reporting, a platform-based mobility & delivery solution enables organisations to visualise, adapt, and control important metrics such as cost, behaviour, and even carbon emissions of their mobility and delivery programmes.
Last year’s edition of this research paper showing a widening gap in real airfares was picked up by the ACCC. In this update, we hear how domestic fares have settled, and the best way to approach the domestic air travel market.
With travel picking up so rapidly, organisations are being challenged with increasing disruptions and sharp price increases, while still keeping a close eye on their sustainability goals and the well-being of their employees. How do we navigate today’s volatile environment and prepare travel programs for a better tomorrow?
The travel technology sector has been busy in the downturn. What new systems and apps, what new features and functions can we look forward to, and how will they improve travel management?
We’ve entered a period of rapid change. Johnny will give us his vision on the business travel and travel management of the future, which is sooner than we think.
The role of the travel category manager has received new attention due to the disruptions of the pandemic. What are the issues and opportunities for the travel specialist within a procurement team? How is the role defined? How is value measured and demonstrated? What are the key things to get right? How do you engage with management and colleagues?
New US-based research shows the need for a radically different travel category strategy. Industry advisor Scott Gillespie makes the case against travel program optimization efforts and offers its compelling replacement. The “less travel, better results” travel strategy unlocks travel’s strategic value. The procurement implications are uncomfortably provocative.Don’t bother attending with a closed mind, warns Gillespie.
For BUYERS only. One of the region’s most experienced travel managers will run this workshop , putting together travel policies and processes to managhe the challenges of post-Covid travel.
The ATMC (Association of Travel Management Companies) represents TMCs in Australia. Join them and three TMC managers in this session to talk about the current servicing issues and solutions. This is an opportunity for both sides to talk and understand the situation.
Jamie Pherous, Founder and CEO of the global TMC CTM, discusses in an interview setting the challenges and outlook for TMCs. How will the services, the systems and the business model change? What are the key challenges over the next few years? How can TMCs add more value for travel buyers in the new environment?
The industry has been slow to offer sophisticated pre-booking approval systems. But the pandemic has changed that. Hear what they are, what they do and why looking at risk, cost, compliance and the reason for travel even before the booking might be just the ticket.