This guide created in partnership with American Express Global Business Travel (GBT) gives you advice on drafting a formal policy; tips on developing relationships with providers; as well as ideas on how to take care of your travelers’ satisfaction.
In this guide, you’ll find ideas to reframe the cost-saving conversation at a strategic level, as well as techniques for budgeting to maximise your cost controls. We’ll also introduce tools that will help you benchmark your travel rates.
Ebook based on an interview with Booking.com procurement manager Floor Peper. She talks about new developments in procurement, cost savings and travel technology.
Discover simple steps to help your travellers minimise their footprint. Link your travel policy with your company CSR policy; ‘green’ your supply chain and use technology that supports sustainable business travel.
This Ebook talks about key areas of cost savings in travel management such as adoption of technology, centralization and savings from supplier competition.
Learn how to improve employee engagement and attract new people to your organisation through business travel. This Ebook talks about flexible travel policies, millennial travel mindset and how to improve employee retention.
A travel management success story about how Booking.com for Business simplified travel management at an airline company airX.
As our Travel Trends 2018 Global Trends survey reveals, business travellers today, especially millennials, are interested in doing meaningful work. This makes it more important than ever to keep employees engaged.
In this short e-guide for travel managers, we’ll take a closer look at some of the challenges commonly experienced by travellers with a disability or a medical condition.
Follow the following four steps to encourage complete adoption of any new digital tools for business travel.
This ebook will help you to prepare for the worst scenarios so that you can minimise the financial, emotional and relationship-related damages caused by travel delays and disruptions.
In this short eGuide we’ll take a closer look at some of the typical work conflicts you might be familiar with as travel manager, and we’ll provide some helpful tips on how to resolve them constructively.
What if every traveller stays within the travel policy, books their trips using the company’s selected systems and claim their expenses on time, without any mishaps? You can have it all by learning to do just one thing: mastering the art of influencing travellers.
This is the first in a three-part series examining the ins-and-outs of business travel insurance and employers’ duties to protect the safety and well-being of their employees on the road.
This is part two of a three-part series of eBooks from Booking.com for Business, all about managing risks with business travel insurance. In this part we look at the various business travel insurance options that are out there today
This booklet aims to help with bite-sized pieces of information and practical checklists that a traveller can look through before they board a plane and refer to if there’s an emergency. Travel managers can also use this booklet as a reference during risk-management briefings for frequent travellers.
This eBook explains what mindfulness is, how it works, and how it can benefit you in your work as a business travel manager and in your everyday life in general.
In this ebook, we’re going to explore how to stay on the right side of your business travellers; why you may need to tackle open bookings, not ignore them; the increasing prevalence of the inner consumer in business; and how to work with travellers rather than battle against them.
Up to 70 percent of non-compliant employees aren’t even aware that a mandatory policy exists. Use this checklist to help you get more employees to stay in policy.
From building intelligence to having backup accommodation in place, this e-book will give you all the essential advice and tips you need to help ensure your business travellers stay safe while they’re on business in high-risk countries.
In this ebook, we’re going to show you how to transform and modernise your travel policy so that it’s more relevant to employees in the digital age and doesn’t simply become yet another huge Word document that sits unread on your company sever.