With the end of the year comes an opportunity to review what’s changed in the corporate travel space over the past 12 months, and what we predict for the coming year.
In an age where security concerns are an important consideration for travel planners, companies must be prepared for any emergency.
Travelling through London Heathrow, the top international airport for South African corporates will soon become a lot easier.
Corporate Traveller (part of FCTG Corpporate (Pty) Ltd) has made a phenomenal jump from Level 4 to Level 1 BEE rating in just under one year.
In the 21st century, people are as much at risk of having their financial and digital identity stolen as being robbed while they are on the road. Here are tips on how to keep your data safe while travelling.
Our boutique approach to your travel and highly experienced travel experts ensures we can manage your complete travel journey from take-off to touchdown.
As most international travellers are aware, liquids, aerosols and gels are limited to 100ml or smaller sized containers in an individual’s carry-on baggage. From 30 June 2018, we will see the introduction of a restriction on the carriage of powders on international services.
Different travellers look for different value-adds when travelling and this is where Corporate Traveller portrays our boutique travel management and expertise by matching your traveller tribe to the perfect hotel.
OR Tambo International Airport’s status as the gateway to Africa hangs in the balance as other hubs like Addis Ababa and Nairobi invest in their airport hub status.
London remains a leading destination for seasoned business travellers, however, we know that making your way to your connecting flight in plenty of time and within budget may be a challenge.
Loyalty programmes have the benefit of improving traveller satisfaction, providing additional value from hotels and airlines, and encouraging travellers to comply with the corporate travel policy of a company.
As 2018 looms, we predict continued growth for business travel as South African companies of all sizes are forced to look across borders for investment opportunities to counter the weak growth opportunities locally.