CTM to acquire all Helloworld corporate and entertainment businesses
Jamie Pherous and Andrew Burnes were reportedly seen awkwardly working out whether to shake hands, high-five or bump elbows to seal this deal.
“Different doesn’t have to be worse”: Flight Centre’s Renos Rologas talks post-pandemic travel
This FCM heavyweight reckons having a travel expert at the end of the phone will be “like gold dust” for those navigating the new travel landscape.
Africa’s Travel Indaba and Meetings Africa to make massive 2022 comeback
Dust off your suitcases, because South African Tourism has announced the long-awaited return of its signature global trade shows!
Flight Centre to bring back corporate travel event ‘Illuminate’ in October
After turning the lights off on Illuminate last year, FCTG is set to flick them back on in a couple of months’ time.
Tehan looks to establish travel bubble and ‘quarantine gateway’ with Singapore
If this proposed bubble goes ahead, it could also open the door to travellers from other countries to come to Australia after completing a two-week quarantine stint in Singapore.
OPINION: The time is now for companies to review their T&E technology
by Nadia Yahiaoui
This blogger argues that there’s never been a better time for organisations to get their T&E in order. And no, they’re not talking about tea and Equal tablets.
Flight Centre’s corporate brands launch new travel policy tool
Remember when Skroo said FCTG’s corporate division would have a bigger tech focus at Travel DAZE 2020 earlier this month? Well, it turns out he wasn’t lying.
Amex GBT enhances tech offering with new acquisition
The business travel behemoth has grown even bigger with this techy acquisition.
Flight Centre research shows business travel is beginning to bounce back
However, that’s not to say business travellers have begun to use pogo sticks to get around. Although, that probably would help with social distancing.
Expert warns business travellers will be targeted by scammers
Looks like business travellers are going to have to tighten the straps of their travel fanny packs because scammers, hackers and petty criminals have them in their sights.
Business travel giant pays $6.3 million ransom to hackers
Meanwhile, Travel Weekly’s deputy editor is holding her housemate’s cat hostage so she doesn’t have to do this week’s toilet paper pick-up at Woolies.
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