We’re creating a more connected travel industry, underpinned by sustainability and long-term investor relations.
We also had several other interesting blog posts – have a look at a recap of the cream of the crop below and let us know what you’d like to see more of in March.
The 21st Century Business Traveller report highlights the opportunities to help travellers and corporates succeed in today’s fast-moving business landscape by presenting a useful snapshot of today’s business traveller in the UK and Ireland, which will be of interest to corporate travel managers and road warriors alike.
While travel in Asia Pacific in the past has often been undertaken in large groups through leisure packages sold in bulk, or in large organized business groups, future travellers will be in smaller groups, or alone, and for a much wider range of reasons. Our landmark study examines these traveller types and more.
The future of travel is inter-modal – and our new partnership with Cabforce highlights this reality. Corporate travellers will be able to easily pre-book their own taxi rides and travel agents will also be able to book door-to-door packages and provide unique value-added content to their customers.
Women use different processes than men to make travel, so responding to this will be critical for travel providers to win over the female traveler. Our study estimates that international business trips by women will increase 400% by 2030.
Our comprehensive European rail industry report examines the six key trends that will shape the evolution of the passenger rail industry, and its relationships with other modal providers in the period to 2020.