Latin American Travel Management Challenged By Data Deficiencies
While Latin America is united by two common languages, Spanish and Portuguese, HRG Brazil's business development director Eduardo Murad during an online education session hosted in September by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives emphasized that it remains a vast region with some ...
Survey: U.S. Business Travelers Spent More Per Trip In Q2
U.S. second-quarter business travel spending increased 7.1 percent year over year to $72.8 billion despite a 0.1 percent decline in the number of person-trips to 119 million, according to a report commissioned by the Global Business Travel Association.
Travelport's Wilson: Payment Data To Become 'Center' Of Corporate Travel Management
New Orleans - In the absence of what he called a "ubiquitous" global corporate online booking solution, Travelport president and CEO Gordon Wilson during a panel at The Beat Live conference here on Tuesday said payment data would become "the center of the corporate management world" and "much more ...
Sourcing Managers Sound Off
Travel category sourcing managers share with their colleagues in travel management many of the same challenges, concerns and aspirations. Some are much more specific to the procurement discipline. On the condition of anonymity, many sourcing managers discussed their work as part of a recent Travel ...
Best In Class: Conversations With BTN's 2013 Award Winners
BTN's 2013 Travel Manager of the Year Karoline Mayr and 2013 Best Practitioners—Tim Hay, Cindy Heston, Steven Schoen and Mark Stansbury—in August engaged in a roundtable discussion with BTN editors in San Diego. Edited excerpts of that discussion follow.