Events can garner a near endless amount of attendee information. The trick is knowing how to use it wisely, legally and ethically.
Why every organization needs a corporate travel policy
How to manage your travellers’ expenses—on time and on budget
Emergency scenarios can range from the relatively mundane—lost luggage—to major natural disasters and political uprisings where lives may be at risk.
There are a number of ways to keep last minute travel plans costs in check.
The Five W’s of Incentive Trip Insurance
How can CTMs take the angst out of the airline RFP process?
Disease. Disaster. Violence. Terrorism.
Expert tips on how to introduce a corporate travel management program
How to ensure the safety of female travellers
More travellers are combining business with pleasure
Are you sure you’re insured for nasty travel surprises?
There’s no escaping the sharing economy.
Parting words from the former Hotel Association of Canada president.
How to keep travellers from falling into the traps of cyber crooks.
The latest on traveller-tracking duty-of-care apps
Your hotel room key just got smarter
Hotel room reserved. Itinerary confirmed. Vaccinations?
Goodbye bulging wallet—and fumbling for company credit cards, itineraries and expense receipts—and hello, digital wallet
Senior vice-president, marketing and sales, Best Western International
Look to the cloud for technology focused on improving corporate travel efficiencies
Boost compliance and savings by keeping your corporate travel policy current
American Express Global Business Travel Canada’s new offering helps companies capitalize on unused airline tickets.
How to manage roaming fees
When an employee falls ill on the road
Keep your road warriors happy and healthy
10 ways to get business travellers on-board with your company’s travel policy
Hoteliers are developing unique, high-style nooks, libraries and lounges for guests to find a quiet moment in, catch up on email or chat with a colleague
Help for companies still travelling the rocky road littered with receipt-stuffed envelopes, illegible notations and eternal waits for reimbursement.
Corporate travel and event planners are rethinking their DRPs after Calgary’s epic high water.
Regular travel can stress even the most seasoned road warriors
Read the innovative ways they’re making diet, exercise and overall wellness an integral part of a hotel stay.
Implementing your duty of care program.
Get smart about secondary spending.
Unforeseen travel glitches can mean the difference between profit or loss for business travellers
A shift towards bottom-line-oriented, frills-free events, or a natural evolution of the industry?
Are big flight discounts out of reach for small businesses?
Try these preventative security measures for keeping corporate data safe.
With e-receipts, a web-based dashboard and a space for notes, this timesaving mobile app offers superior car service.
Should your travellers get the keys to a company car or be reimbursed to drive their own?
Easing travel-related stress.
For Canadian travellers doing business in emerging markets, a typical trip may hardly be routine.
Here are five gentle reminders for minding manners on the ground and in the sky.
How to manage traveller spend.
What are the implications for corporate travel managers and their companies?
It's official: Travel programs that incorporate social media are better. Period.
Find out what really happens to your luggage after you've dumped it on the conveyor belt.
Read about the latest desktop and mobile expense management systems offering a variety of handy expense reporting tools.
The driving trend in business travel.
Road warriors putting the brakes on travel, senior execs sprouting wings. In a topsy-turvy economy, everything is up for grabs when it comes to cost-cutting travel expenses.
Ignite goes one-on-one with ACTE's executive director.
Progressive extended-stay programs recognize ROI is rooted in home-away-from-home comforts and family visits.
Pinning negotiations on market conditions can reap benefits or wreak havoc. What's a CTM to do?
Finding the perfect fit with a prospective travel management company requires time, patience and practice.
Five ways to slash costs with your corporate travel policy!
Hop on the eco-bandwagon with a green business to lessen the environmental impact of your next event.
It is possible to create a travel policy that employees will love to follow!
As gas prices soar, "share" has become the new buzzword for company road warriors.
Read how one company considers expense habits in employee performance reviews.
View numbers and travel patterns to enhance success.
Here's the graceful way to cancel them without hurting morale.
Business Travel ROI: U.S. study sheds light on global business travel indicators.
Helping corporate buyers keep hotel costs in line with market conditions.
A new policy, self-booking tool and "accidental" travel manager who keeps it all in check equals success for one company. Here's how!
Tips from global meetings expert Carol Krugman.
Here's a roundup of best practices for both sides of the request for proposal divide.
Groups fed up with expensive tickets border cross for economic airfares.
Read our profile on a corporate travel policy that harnesses buying power with preferred travel suppliers.
Download our business travel planning tips PDF to help keep corporate travellers safe.
Five ways to up the value of your car rental program, from the negotiating table to the gas tank.
Travel policy experts share their secrets in creating and securing a successful policy.
Are your road warriors concerned about their impact on the environment? Promote green business travel with these helpful tips.
Five leading ways companies can tweak or enforce travel policy to recoup dollars or time.
Use these suggestions to help establish your own corporate policy and keep your expense account tippers in check.
A corporate travel planner's guide to cost-conscious business travel.
Know which travel documents are required by Canadians travelling in North America and abroad.
Take a proactive approach to keep business travellers safe and secure.
Make sure your far-flung travellers aren’t taking on undue risks your organization could be liable for.