Laid-Off Corp Travel Agents Become Consultants: Will Clients Follow?
Laid-Off Corp Travel Agents Become Consultants: Will Clients Follow?

skift.com - Travel Services · 2 Jun

If downsizing is a natural correction to the peaks prior to coronavirus, so-called micro agencies are the logical next phase in the travel management

New Jersey May Make It Legal to Bet on Esports Events in Bid for Tourism Dollars
New Jersey May Make It Legal to Bet on Esports Events in Bid for Tourism Dollars

skift.com - Travel Services · 7 Mar

About a billion people worldwide will watch someone else play a video game this year, either online or in person. It makes sense for New Jersey and o

Coronavirus Threatens to Take $560 Billion Out of Global Corporate Travel Spending

skift.com - Travel Services · 28 Feb

A projected shaving of 37 percent off the forecast for 2020 global corporate travel spending is already a worrisome decline, but the figure could sti

TUI Looks Set for a Challenging 2020 Even Without Competitor Thomas Cook
TUI Looks Set for a Challenging 2020 Even Without Competitor Thomas Cook

skift.com - Travel Services · 11 Dec

TUI continues to have ambitious plans, and its quest to move away from the traditional tour operating market seems sensible given the problems endure

Business Travelers With Disabilities Face a Pervasive Lack of Accessibility
Business Travelers With Disabilities Face a Pervasive Lack of Accessibility

skift.com - Travel Services · 5 Dec

Business travel is often exhausting and tedious, as travelers cope with being away from home, navigating airport security lines, and the stress of li

TripActions Goes Direct on Distribution With United

skift.com - Travel Services · 14 Jun

Going direct with airlines makes sense on many levels for travel management companies, although progress has been slow. And whether travel managers f

New Ways to Build a Travel Community
New Ways to Build a Travel Community

skift.com - Travel Services · 15 May

The next generation of affluent young travelers wants something different when they go away. Offering them something they couldn't ordinarily do is p

Crafting a New Generation of Membership Travel Clubs

skift.com - Travel Services · 14 May

Travel has always been as much about who you meet as what you do in a new location. These intentional approaches to community and relationship buildi

Is Co-Working More Than a Gimmick?

skift.com - Travel Services · 28 Mar

As co-working companies push further into the traditional meetings and events space, some in the hotel business say there's no replacement for the qu

Dining Gets More Expensive for Business Travelers

skift.com - Travel Services · 7 Feb

Meals and hotel stays are becoming a bigger cost for business travelers. Airfares have dropped, although this doesn't help companies that dispatch th

Club Med Owner Fosun Expects Tourism IPO to Hit Lower End of Pricing

skift.com - Travel Services · 6 Dec

With stocks falling across the world, it might not be the best time to launch an IPO.