working models continue to evolve, this no doubt impacts the role of
the travel manager and could fundamentally change the definition of a
business trip. The commute from home to a company location may now be
considered a business trip. What was formerly workspace could now be
considered meeting space. And as corporate real estate footprints
shrink, there is potential need for more external meeting facilities.
Yet few companies have thought through these implications. From
interactions with stakeholders, changes to the T&E policy, as
well as supplier negotiations, these are the must-knows for this new era
of travel and work.
Register now for this 60-minute BTN Europe
thought-leadership webinar, sponsored by TripActions, to hear from
industry experts and they provide guidance on the questions your
organisation should be asking as you navigate this next phase of return
to office and travel.
the global focus on sustainability, many organisations are publicly
announcing their carbon reduction timelines and plans for how they will
reduce and offset their carbon emissions. Travel programmes play a key
role in helping companies meet these timelines, thus, travel managers
need access to cutting edge analytics and emissions calculators.
you need real-time, key analytics to help you make smart decisions for
your programme and provide you with information to report to senior
management, register now for this BTN Group Content Solutions webinar,
with content developed and sponsored by TripActions. Learn how their new
offerings can provide your programme with the analytical insights
needed to build carbon budgets, identify carbon offenders, calculate
carbon trip offset costs and build strategies to reduce carbon
emissions- all to support your organisation’s sustainable future.
As vaccines take effect and employees return to the road, there are many duty of care considerations. Expert input is needed to create safeguards and emergency procedures in case the worst happens. What are the legal, safety, data and HR questions you must be prepared to answer?
Register now for this 45-minute BTN Europe In the Know webinar, with content developed and sponsored by TripActions. In this session, a panel of experts who have been travelling throughout the pandemic or advising companies on the legal and security implications of such, will answer the following questions:
- How do you ensure travellers are not sick before they travel?
- What do you do if travellers get sick on the road?
- How do you ensure travellers follow testing/quarantine protocols when they return home?
- How can companies support employees and their families when they are travelling?