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\r\n\r\nThe Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) expects that there will be a 6.2 percent increase in U.S. business travel in 2015, totaling $310.2 billion. That’s incredible news for those who handle their own piece of the corporate travel pie or hope to take advantage of even more in the coming months.\r\n\r\nTravel managers, meeting planners, and procurement departments have a lot on their plates. The purpose of this article is to see where you, as the ground transportation component of their managed travel, can help them better implement programs, find discounts, keep travelers safe, and streamline reporting. In this case, you have two customers: the person or department booking the travel and the traveler himself. Let your chauffeur worry about the traveler while you work on finding solutions to these top travel management problems. Even if you don’t have a viable solution, acknowledging that problems exist and working together to resolve them will go a long way. Be a partner and continue to build those relationships.\r\n\r\nRead full article here.\r\n

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Aleksandar LilichUncategorizedGBTA,Global,global business,global transportation,Ground transportation,travel association
\r\n\r\nThe Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) expects that there will be a 6.2 percent increase in U.S. business travel in 2015, totaling $310.2 billion. That’s incredible news for those who handle their own piece of the corporate travel pie or hope to take advantage of even more in the...