A New Travel Manager’s To Do List

It’s understandable if a first time travel manager ( or another employee tasked with the responsibility) was a bit daunted by the challenges of their job. Coming from a diverse range of backgrounds (onsite agent, online booking administrator, payroll, financial analyst) employees who take on this function may have some areas where additional research will…

Why Hotels are Rebounding with Ease Post-Pandemic, While Airlines Struggle

A cursory examination of the Hotel and Airline industries reveals a huge disparity between how the two sectors have fared after a return to travel. Both experienced a crippling lockdown, a sharp reduction in staff and costly requirements for increased sanitation protocols. They both also experienced the same vigorous resurgence of business as pent-up demand…

Will the Pandemic Cause Travel Levels to Go Up Substantially?

While it may seem counter-intuitive to suggest that an event that had such a drastic, negative effect on an industry, will eventually become a great boon, boosting volume moving forward…it’s quite likely that may be the case. Two factors contribute to this point of view… Factor #1: Telecommuting The following telecommuting/remote work statistics were compiled…

TOUCHLESS TRAVEL

STAYING SAFE THROUGH INNOVATION A survey of supplier enhancements… As pandemic inspired innovations make their way across the hospitality sector, travelers will benefit from the inclusion of new technology, with quicker check-ins, easier bag transfers and other services at their fingertips. Following are some of the corporations (and brands) which are adding new contact-less programs…