Thursday, September 21, 2017

Tag Archives: business travel

Holiday Parks: what business travellers want

Booking.com for Business research reveals that a staggering 26 percent of Australian business travellers would accept a lower paying job if it meant they could travel more for work. These findings reflect a broader trend which reveals that employees are increasingly smudging the line between business and leisure.

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Business travel data reveals top countries travelling to Australia

A new report from the American Express Global Business Travel has found that six of the top 10 cities where residents travel to Australia for business (outside Asia Pacific region) are US-based. Australia’s strong business ties to the US, particularly San Francisco and New York, continue to remain a key travel driver. The weaker Australian dollar has also increased tourism …

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Corporate travel industry must adapt to modern sharing economy

The ‘sharing’ economy is likely to affect corporate travel agencies unless they can prepare themselves to leverage the disruption to their advantage, according to business development director at ANZ, Murray Warner. “Just as Uber disrupted the taxi business, the corporate travel industry is concerned about how the sharing economy might affect their business models. Traditionally, many businesses have relied on …

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