From ash clouds to terrorism, wildfires and pandemics, the 21st century has dealt some massive blows to the global travel industry. But travel industry players have always fought back with unwavering resilience.
There is no escaping the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown in South Africa has had a tremendous impact on each and every single business, particularly from a financial perspective.
With unprecedented times comes the need for flexibility, especially with something as important as travel policy. While the common solution may be changing your travel policy all together.
A guide to important events in 2020, that is designed to assist your travel planning, helping you avoid peak travel times and inflated prices so you can extract the maximum value from your travel spend.
Implementing a new workplace system — whether it’s for health and safety, invoicing, security, IT or business travel — requires changes in behaviour from staff to succeed.
Corporate Traveller has compiled its Ultimate Guide for the Travel Booker to help to navigate this increasingly complex landscape.
To streamline your travel processes, it is critical to understand the trigger points to identify when travel technology could benefit your business.
Incorporating technology into your travel programme can be an important step towards driving efficiencies and saving money. But how do you strike the right balance when combining tech with travel? Download this guide to learn more
Learn more about the essential reports you should have at your fingertips to keep your travel programme in check and put the power back into your hands.
While keeping track of your travel budget can be a time-consuming process, it doesn’t have to be. Follow these simple rules and start saving valuable time and controlling your travel costs.
A good travel policy helps achieve the sweet spot that is successfully achieving a company’s goals while reducing the travel friction. Download your guide to building blocks for a better travel policy.
When your employees travel for business, their safety is of the utmost importance. Before they even think about heading off on their journeys, both you and your travellers must be aware of the risks involved.
No matter what size your business, it’s important to ensure you are getting the maximum value out of your travel spend. Regularly reviewing your travel programme and implementing changes has become increasingly important.
If you travel a lot for work, then you’ll know about airline reward schemes. Signing up to a loyalty programme brings many benefits. Of course, as the name suggests, the airline gets continued loyalty from you, but what do you get in return?
Whether you have never heard of a travel policy, or you’re just looking to update yours, here’s a simple guide to writing an effective travel policy. The guide includes what to include in your travel policy, how employees can make payments and more