In just a few weeks, the inaugural btTB Conference in partnership with GBTA will kick off at the Royal Randwick in Sydney. In late 2016, GBTA announced its partnership with btTB to officially launch at the upcoming conference on May 2 and 3 as the organizations join forces to deliver a host of new learning, development and networking opportunities to the business travel community in Australia and New Zealand.
Not all international business travelers can relax and watch a movie in English. They might use English for work, but relaxing and watching a movie or TV show isn’t the same. There are also millions of people who don’t speak English at all. For both, watching something on the hotel room or apartment TV isn’t obvious. They typically end up zapping endlessly, finishing their day with frustration.
This online travel company founded by Jay Walker that aims to 'change the game' for buying business travel.
The use of sharing economy providers by corporate travel buyers has risen 250% in the last 12 months, according to new Business Travel Show research.
Business travel in the age of the sharing economy: new risks and challenges that need to be managed and mitigated
A new report from medical and travel security company International SOS reveals businesses may be unprepared when it comes to understanding the benefits, risks and legal considerations of using shared transport and accommodation services during business travel.
Increased risks along the entire travel chain are on everyone’s minds these days. And for good reason!
The company is undertaking some high-profile additions to the meeting space portfolio.
Continental business travel continues to recover from the 2012 recession due to lower oil prices, improving labor markets, favorable monetary policy and increasing consumer consumption.
A GBA study shows limited positive growth, as short-term turbulence is affecting the whole industry, but the forecast outlook for 2017 is brighter.
U.S. indicators remain mixed, but with unemployment at an eight-year low and overseas travel more attractive due to the U.S. currency's strength, the travel industry remains optimistic.