November 28, 2022

How to…manage traveller testing

When the PGA European Tour was given permission to resume golf tournaments last July, in the midst of the global pandemic, it had to put an effective and workable testing regime in place.

How to…reimagine your business travel

The Knowledge: How to reimagine business travel with Willis Towers Watson

How to…move to a subscription fee

When Inchcape Shipping Services carried out a global tender one of the main priorities was to stop employees straying outside the travel programme. It decided a subscription fee, combined with an online booking tool, was the answer.

How to… prepare for a travel restart

Amid the global pandemic, business intelligence giant S&P Global needed to be ready for the return to travel as its offices started to re-open in Asia. It chose to adopt the ‘Permissible Travel Framework’, developed by corporate travel consultants Festive Road.

How to… set up a travel programme from scratch

Find out how a company with no travel policy, formal processes or tools in place went about setting up a travel programme.

How to…cut costs by using a car club

Using car club vehicles in place of pool cars has helped one company significantly reduce its travel costs and cut its vehicle related carbon emissions. Read on to find out how it went about it.

How to…save by growing online adoption

Buzz Bingo wanted to get to grips with its largest area of business travel spend, accommodation, in order to achieve savings. It identified online adoption as the best way to achieve it.

How to…take your RFP in the right direction

Culture, capability and cost are the three key factors influencing an organisation’s selection of travel management company. Read on to find out how one global business went about it.

How to…manage travel in a conflict zone

When political upheaval or natural disasters strike, most companies are moving their staff out. For NGOs and charities, however, their challenge is getting staff into the danger zone.

How to…manage an extreme weather event

Hurricane season in the Caribbean is always a cause for concern. But in 2017, mega-cyclones Irma, Jose and Maria were exceptionally fierce. Travel management company Business Travel Direct had one client with travellers across the region…