Common US and Europe Corporate Travel Trends—and Notable Differences

US and Europe Trends

If asked to describe today’s corporate traveler, most people would probably say something along the lines of, “a professional-looking man or woman holding a mobile device, briefcase in tow, stepping out of a taxi (or ride-sharing vehicle) on route to a business meeting.” That’s a fair enough generalization, regardless of whether said professional is in… Read more »

3 Ways to Delight Boomer Travelers in 2017

Boomer Travel Trends

Meeting Millennials’ travel and booking preferences is now a permanent topic in industry headlines, but let it be known that the Baby Boomer market segment is driving significant attention of their own—or they should be. That’s because the generation of individuals born between 1946 and 1964 spend close to half of all CPG dollars, they’ll… Read more »

Helping Hands: Robots in the Travel Industry

They’re cute. They work hard to delight customers. And they don’t require any employee benefits. The newest workers on the payroll—well, not exactly—are robots. Today’s travelers can find them on the scene, carrying luggage, providing directions, mixing drinks, and more. They’re quite literally changing the face of customer service in the travel industry. Are Travelers… Read more »

3 Ways Airlines Upgrade Business Travelers’ Long-Haul Experience

Air carriers around the globe are serving up luxury to win the business of corporate travelers. In a competitive marketplace, offering unique, value-added services is critical to both attracting new customers and retaining existing ones. So considering that business travelers spend their time primarily sitting, sleeping, working and eating (especially on long flights), airlines have… Read more »

Tour the Hotel of the Future

tour hotel

Let’s take a trip, one that doesn’t require you to get up from your seat. Think of it traveling through time, just a few years ahead; you don’t have to pack, because all you need is your imagination. We’re going to walk through a hotel and into a guest room that will someday represent standard… Read more »