BT Looks Beyond Borders For U.K. Travelers' Corporate Card Service
London-based telecom provider BT Group in 2008 was inclined to select a U.K.-based provider for its global corporate card program, but instead chose Germany-headquartered AirPlus International for its 60,000 travelers worldwide. The move paid off during its first year, with significant savings and ...
BTN's 2014 Multinational Travel Manager Of The Year: Volvo Group's Stephan Hylander
Volvo Group strategic purchasing manager for marketing and travel Stephan Hylander is the 2014 Business Travel News Multinational Travel Manager of the Year. He wins the award for breathing new life into his company's airline deals at a time when, along with those of many organizations, they ...
BTN's 2014 Airline Survey: A Clean Sweep For Delta
Delta Air Lines further solidified its status as the darling of the U.S. corporate travel industry, as the carrier earned the top score in the BTN Annual Airline Survey for the fourth year in a row. Not only did Delta earn the top score from buyers in each of the 10 categories by which airlines are ...
Changing The Game: Cisco Ditches Share-Based Hotel Agreements For Revenue Deals
True change doesn't happen on the margins. True change happens when entrenched models are questioned, especially models cemented in place for decades, resistant to time and frustration, ossifying even amid upheaval around them.
Delta Reports Corporate Revenue Gains, Suggests Fuel Cost Decline Won't Lead To Price Cuts
Delta Air Lines' corporate revenue year-to-date has increased 7 percent compared with 2013 levels, executives reported during the carrier's annual investor day on Thursday.