Are South African organisations really ready to get back on the road? For Corporate Traveller GM Oz Desai, it’s a resounding yes – if they’ve taken a little time to ensure there are no gaps in their post-pandemic travel policies or risk management strategies.
Oz Desai, GM Corporate Traveller provides answers to Business travel etiquette questions, and much more.
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.
Desai sums up the most important ‘need-to-know information’ for South African corporates jetting off to London.
Business travel is still lagging, but the future looks promising, with exciting trends ahead.
GM, Oz Desai cites three reasons why the combination of business and leisure (bleisure) travel is becoming even more appealing in a COVID-19 business environment.
At Corporate Traveller, while we have always placed outstanding customer service at our core, our team has worked tirelessly to step up its game even further since the pandemic first began.
More and more countries are opening up to fully-vaccinated travellers but the respective regulations and requirements are murky at best, and it can feel like picking your way through a minefield of differing advice, red tape and admin.
Oz Desai, GM Corporate Traveller, shares seven travel terms to pay attention to right now.
Although South Africa remains in the grip of the third wave of COVID-19 infections, the current acceleration of the vaccine roll-out is a positive sign that the tide will turn soon.
After a tough and uncertain year, it appears that South African corporates are ready to take to the skies again and conduct business with partners across the world face-to-face.
South Africa will move to an adjusted alert level two on 31 May 2021. Curfew will be in place between 23:00 pm and 04:00 am.