In an unstable global market, there are some positives for the corporate traveller. From favourable hotel rates, to the race to satisfy the millennial traveller...
Your employees, managers and even your travel management company need to adopt your Travel Policy and adhere to it. Here are 5 top tips to get your staff to use and comply with your Travel Policy.
The latest Passport Index, a global ranking of the world’s passports by Arton Capital, has ranked the South African passport at number 94 out of 199 countries worldwide.
When you think of a travel emergency any number of things could come to mind – but what about the birth of your first child while you’re on a business trip?
From long queues and flight delays to lost luggage and missed meetings, travelling for business isn’t always a smooth journey. Corporate Traveller has put together some helpful insights to help...
We’ve carefully compiled an infographic on a few business travel tips to keep in mind for your next trip to Nigeria. See facts you didn't know about one of Africa's most popular business travel destinations.
Did you know that a comprehensive Travel Policy can streamline the booking travel process and help to reduce business travel costs? See some of the benefits you can expect when you have a Travel Policy in place...
With our global buying power, finely-tuned cost-saving strategies and decades of knowhow, we can save you up to 25% right off the bat. (Don't just take our word for it - see our case studies here.)
It’s been a few days of back-to-back meetings, formal business dinners and hotel rooms, and while you’ve caught glimpses of the glittering city of Sydney, you haven’t had a moment to sink your teeth into it properly.
When it comes to business travel planning − time and money are of the essence. Corporate Traveller has compiled a number of useful insights to help you keep your business travel planning on track.
Do you question if your business would benefit from the services of a professional travel management company? Here are 7 reasons to bring a Corporate Traveller business travel on board.
Forget the suit and tie brigade you see in adverts. High-tech and connected, women are in fact the fastest growing segment of corporate travellers in the world today.