We hear a lot about New Distribution Capability (NDC) and it is often positioned in a confusing manner. While NDC is gaining momentum and industry support, it is still in the early stages in terms of overall potential.
Together with positive psychologist Miriam Akhtar MAPP, Travel and Transport Statesman has released a new ebook named Positive psychology for the corporate travel mind.
The ebook is full of traveller wellbeing concepts and tips that can be applied to travel programmes. The advice puts wellbeing front of mind based on our '5 Pillars of Traveller Wellbeing' – mental, physical, social, intellectual and occupational.
The ebook is now available to download in our online traveller wellbeing hub.
We shared the Business Travel Show stage with Miriam back in February - watch an interview with her here.
If you'd like to know more about how you can improve the wellbeing of your business travellers and bookers, get in touch with our team today using email@example.com.
In March some of our Travel and Transport Statesman team had the opportunity to experience British Airways and Kimpton Hotels on a familiarisation trip to Boston. Here is what they thought of their experience in their own words along with some top tips for if you’re heading to Boston for business or pleasure.
In February Qatar Airways hosted a familiarisation trip dedicated for Account Managers to experience the Qatar product by travelling to Penang, Malaysia. One member of our team was lucky enough to attend, here is their review...
At this year's Business Travel Show we shared ideas, information and research on wellbeing and how it can be improved for everyone involved in corporate travel. Our theme for the event was the "5 Pillars of Traveller Wellbeing", with activities focused around physical, mental, social, intellectual and occupational wellbeing.
Once again, we bought Christmas into our Office in London with our annual desk decoration competition and supporting Save The Children by sporting our best Christmas jumpers!
Last month, members of the Travel and Transport Statesman team went to Dublin on a familiarisation trip with The Doyle Collection. Here's how they got on...
Corporate travel programmes vary enormously in size, scope and complexity
They span markets, cultures, and in many cases, multiple companies. Some organisations may let each country manage travel independently, while others will have one policy and one TMC across the world. Effective management of these programmes is vital to having a productive, efficient, cost-conscious workforce. In this interview with Mervyn Williamson, managing director, Travel and Transport Statesman, we delve into the details to understand how to get it right for you and your programme in every market.