Like every year, in this issue we bring you a compilation of top trends that will rule business travel in 2018. On one hand, corporate attitudes will soften towards ‘bleisure’ (or business + leisure) to help employees unwind during business trips.
Did you know that our dependency on websites as an information tool, as the “go-to “source for the details we need before making any major purchase, sometimes make us less informed as consumers than we were before the Internet existed?
Grappling with ways to optimise your travel budgets? The answer lies in your travel data if you look closely. In this article, UNIGLOBE experts suggest using your travel data to uncover valuable insights and make continuous improvements that will benefit your travel program
Reeling with the aftermath of the electronics ban on your next long-haul to the States or the UK? Wondering how will you ever survive that 20-hour flight without your laptop or tablet? Instead of being miserable on that flight, catch up on work and entertainment with these tips from UNIGLOBE experts
They’re digitally obsessed, adventurous and do business like they do leisure – on their own terms. As the dominant generation of the times, no doubt, millennials constitute a significant section of your travelling workforce.
The combined knowledge, resources and supplier network of 8000 travel experts across 6 continents, including 60 locations in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, make UNIGLOBE Travel a force to reckon with.
Business travel overspending can play havoc with your company’s cost containment plans. On one hand, attempting to cut costs by tightening spending limits with restrictive travel policies can prove to be counterproductive.
From airborne showers to saloon style flying bars, airlines are going all out to transform your travel experience. The next generation of gizmos includes innovations aimed at boosting seat density, automating in-flight service and keeping you entertained on board.
Not surprisingly, one of the hardest feats of an effective travel policy is an active implementation. No matter how well planned or laid out, there always seems to be a disconnect between the company’s travel policy and the travelers who use it.