Travel Giant Partners With Travel Tech Startup to Create First-of-its-Kind Travel Solution
Yesterday's big announcement from American Express Global Business Travel (GBT) – its partnership with Lola.com – is bringing something new and disruptive to the lightly managed business travel market. This powerful alliance is focused on expanding the low and middle market travel segments. Lola.com, the SaaS startup offering agile travel management to businesses of all sizes has designed its platform to be beautiful and user friendly while also offering the fastest on-boarding and set up in the travel industry. This fresh approach to managing and booking business travel is perfect for companies that never even knew they needed a travel program.
American Express GBT and Lola.com Partnership Means Simple, Fast, and Beautiful Business Travel
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) startups is a booming industry, and today, Lola.com puts new stakes in the ground as one of the hottest SaaS startups around. American Express Global Business Travel (GBT) is recognizing Lola.com as the modern, super-simple app that business travel customers in the small to medium market have been seeking.
Women in Leadership at Lola.com Weigh in at Phocuswright Conference
Lola.com’s Rachel Neasham and Krista Pappas Help to Advance Women in Leadership at Phocuswright Conference – November 13-15, 2018 – Los Angeles
BOSTON – Nov. 8, 2018 – Rachel Neasham, Director of Product at Lola.com, Agile Travel Management™, is presenting at the Phocuswright Conference, taking place on Tuesday, November 13 – Thursday, November 15, 2018 in Los Angeles. Krista Pappas, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Lola.com is a LeadHer mentor for the Women's Leadership Initiative at the event.
All Good Travel Policies Have These 5 Things in Common
A good travel policy is a good thing. But why not make yours great? Leaders shoot for the moon, right? And, frankly, your travel-weary employees would love to know that you’re polishing your policy in order to improve their experience. A great travel policy greatly benefits your admin and finance teams, too, and it can save your company a bundle in wasted time and money. Everyone’s a winner.
The True Cost of Corporate Travel Policy Non-Compliance
How much is your organization spending on corporate travel? A lot, probably. For a typical company, travel is the single-highest controllable expense behind labor. Wouldn’t it be a financial coup if you could reduce that cost by as much as 20%-30%? You can, says the Journal of Business Ethics. All you have to do is improve compliance with your corporate travel policy.
7 Things to Avoid Putting in Your Corporate Travel Policy
The best corporate travel policy for your organization will be unique to you because your company’s travel reality is different from other firms. What you include in your policy will depend on who in your firm is traveling, why, and where. But what you leave out is as important – maybe even more so in some cases – as what you put in.