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The business travel RFP may have been created a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, but that doesn't m...
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With the spread of COVID-19, many hotels remain closed with others continuing limited operations as a result of the drop off in demand. What should we expect? What about hotel RFPs? Here's our take.
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Travel and Transport has reached out to the U.S. House and Senate requesting support and advocacy for the travel industry during COVID-19. Read this Company Dime article featuring CEO Kevin O'Malley.
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Can't enroll in Global Entry now? What else can business travelers do to get through customs quickly? For U.S. citizens and Canadian visitors without Global Entry, Mobile Passport might be the key.
The business travel RFP may have been created a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, but that doesn't mean it has to remain the same. Is it time for TMCs and travel buyers to mount a rebellion?