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The State of Corporate Travel Management in 2019

A new study from reveals how corporate travel managers equip their travelers for success on the road.

We talk a lot about traveling for business here at Lola. Our blog is full of tips and tricks to help employees stay up to date and informed when traveling for business. However, behind all of those flights, hotels and client meetings is the travel manager responsible for making sure that the business traveler gets from A to B with no hiccups.

And this is no mean feat. There are a lot of things to take into consideration when planning your teams travel.

How can you streamline travel booking? What can you do to better support travelers while they’re on the road? How can you make a business trip a perk instead of a burden?

We wanted to learn how (or if) these travel managers take their teams’ preferences into consideration when booking their travel, and what tools they’re using to help them do their jobs better.

Over the next few days, will release a series of articles outlining and interpreting the findings of this brand new study, in addition to a fully downloadable report with all the key findings.

Here’s what you can expect over the next week:

4 Ways Companies Can Make Their Corporate Travelers Lives Easier

Corporate travelers routinely sacrifice personal and family time to travel for work — are their employers doing enough to make it up to them?

Check out the full post here.

Bridging Brand Loyalty - Do Corporate Travelers Care About Brand Loyalty?

In the past surveyed hundreds of business travelers to learn their thoughts about brand loyalty on the road. In this post, we are revealing how brand loyalty impacts corporate travel preferences and the booking process across travel managers.

Check out the full post here

Report: The State of Corporate Travel Management in 2019

How does your corporate travel policy stack up?

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