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White Paper: Blockchain in the travel industry

Blockchain is much more than the latest buzzword in the Internet. Exciting and revolutionary, but often misunderstood, the technology has the potential to radically break the rules of how goods and services are exchanged on the Internet. The digital currency Bitcoin is the most popular application of the nascent technology. Banking and financial services will … Continue reading White Paper: Blockchain in the travel industry

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White Paper: Blockchain in the travel industry

Blockchain is much more than the latest buzzword in the Internet. Exciting and revolutionary, but often misunderstood, the technology has the potential to radically break the rules of how goods and services are exchanged on the Internet. The digital currency Bitcoin is the most popular application of the nascent technology. Banking and financial services will … Continue reading White Paper: Blockchain in the travel industry

How wearable devices will become essential for business travelers

Even tech fanatics have a difficult relationship with wearable devices. The gadgets and their futuristic qualities attract the biggest share of hype and buzz, but when it comes to wearing and using them, adoption is still relatively small and slow. The Google Glass project was shelved; even though it is back in the workplace. The aesthetics of … Continue reading How wearable devices will become essential for business travelers

Unique running trails for business travelers in Europe

Business travel should not derail our workout habits but it often does. Between packed agendas, transportation and fatigue, there are few opportunities to keep up with our fitness routine. The solution? Running. It is the perfect travel workout because it requires minimal workout gear and it can be practiced in most places. For time-crunched business … Continue reading Unique running trails for business travelers in Europe

2018 hotel forecasts: increasing demand, limited supply growth

Despite security and safety concerns, a record-breaking number of tourists visited Europe in 2016. Similarly, corporate travel spend is ramping up; the Global Business Travel Association predicts global business travel spend to advance 5.8 percent on average over the next five years reaching $1.6 trillion in 2020. The increasing demand, along with limited supply growth, … Continue reading 2018 hotel forecasts: increasing demand, limited supply growth

Maximize your travel management reporting, maximize your savings

How do you know you’re driving maximum savings with your travel program? Are your negotiated rates above industry trends? Accurate and comprehensive travel data is the answer to these questions and the best way of measuring the efficiency of your travel investment. However, correct data and systematic travel management reporting are more than a bunch … Continue reading Maximize your travel management reporting, maximize your savings

Virtual meetings are not an alternative to corporate travel

A hilarious passage in David Foster Wallace’s popular and lengthy novel Infinite Jest recounts the rise and fall of the video calls. In the novel’s dystopia, after an interval of huge popularity, consumers abandon “videophony” and return to good-old voice-only telephoning for their ‘virtual meetings’ due to the emotional-stress provoked by video calls. In the … Continue reading Virtual meetings are not an alternative to corporate travel

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