business travel

How to meet the needs of millennial travellers

In this guest blog, AIPC President Aloysius Arlando looks into the future and highlights the importance of meeting millennial business travellers expectations.   By 2020, millennials will make up more than half of the global workforce and account for the largest segment of business travellers[1]. Millennials are a unique group, with expectations and experience-seeking that is very different from t...

Airbnb’s business travel trends for 2019

Airbnb has released a new report detailing business travel trends which have been on the rise in 2018, and are set to continue in 2019. One notable change that occurred in 2018 was the rise in travel to destinations in Latin America and Africa. While hubs such as London, Paris and New York remain prominent, a number of cities such as Mar Del Plata in Argentina, Guaruja in Brazil and Aguascalientes...

40% of travellers use company cards for personal purchases

Research commissioned by global travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) has shown that four in ten business travellers surveyed admit to using corporate cards for personal purchases. It seems that nearly half of American and European travellers (46%) are doing so, while the figure is a more modest 38% of business travellers in Asia Pacific. “Travel managers need to address the misu...