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Carlson Wagonlit Travel Research: Business travelers feel 50% safer at airports than at train or subway stations
Press Releases • Jun 28, 2018 07:02 GMT
Global business travelers feel more nervous at train or subway stations than at airports, according to research commissioned by Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), the global travel management company.
Press Releases • Jun 19, 2018 06:13 GMT
Research conducted by Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) and Travelport shows that premium economy is the fastest growing cabin segment for business travelers in Singapore. Interestingly, the steady increase in premium economy bookings between 2015-2017 seems to have resulted mostly from travelers moving up from economy class, rather than down from business class.
Blog posts • Jun 14, 2018 09:30 GMT
You’ve heard the buzzword, you’ve seen the articles — but is “bleisure travel” really catching on? Yep, and we say: embrace it.
Press Releases • May 24, 2018 05:15 GMT
CWT Solutions Group and CAPA – Centre for Aviation have published the latest edition of their Business Travel Pulse report, focusing on Melbourne, Australia. The report highlights that airfares on key domestic and international business routes from Melbourne have been rising sharply. At the same time, hotel occupancy and rates in the city have also increased, owing to strong demand.
Blog posts • May 15, 2018 10:47 GMT
A couple of weeks ago, a colleague played us a video of Japanese organizing guru Marie Kondo working her magic. We watched, mesmerized, as she conjured the most neatly organized closet from what looked like a department store hit by a hurricane. She started by asking the owner of the said closet to imagine her “ideal lifestyle,” and then proceeded to discard everything that didn’t fit.
Blog posts • Apr 10, 2018 09:32 GMT
It’s tempting to dismiss Bitcoin, the world’s first digital currency, as a passing fad, and nothing to do with the world of business travel, but what if the technology upon which it is built could make the fear of forgetting your passport, a problem of the past? Well, now there’s a brave new world.
Press Releases • Jul 05, 2017 19:18 GMT
CWT Solutions Group, the consulting division of Carlson Wagonlit Travel, today published research that shows a 5% gap between the perceived and actual value of Last Room Availability rates. For a company that spends US$ 20 million with their preferred hotels, that could amount to US $1 million.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel breaks US$2 billion new business sales barrier for the first time as CWT 3.0 gains traction
Press Releases • Mar 09, 2017 07:30 GMT
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), the global travel management company, today reported strong results for 2016, highlighted by US$2 billion in sales attributable to new business.
Press Releases • Dec 08, 2016 21:15 GMT
Research by CWT Solutions Group found that corporations could reduce travel over-spend by up to 15 percent by enforcing existing corporate travel policies. The latest white paper launched today focuses on the challenges of travel policy compliance and how to influence the behavior of travelers. Encouraging travelers to comply with a company’s travel policy can make a big difference.
Press Releases • Aug 25, 2016 19:33 GMT
While more than half of travel managers have endorsed a mobile app in the past year, almost 70 percent indicate their travel program does not have a mobile strategy in place, reported a recent study conducted by the GBTA Foundation in partnership with Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) and the Carlson Family Foundation.
Press Releases • Jul 28, 2016 19:37 GMT
Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s Solutions Group has today introduced four new proprietary products to help corporate travel managers both cut costs and engage their travelers in new ways.
Press Releases • Jul 12, 2016 19:46 GMT
Adding some leisure time to a business trip might seem like a new phenomenon. But Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s Solutions Group’s analysis of 29 million business trips, the results of which are released today, shows the amount of bleisure has remained the same for the past five years.
Press Releases • Apr 12, 2016 20:04 GMT
Women book their flights 1.9 days earlier than their male counterparts, according to Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s (CWT) analysis of 6.4 million air booking transactions. They therefore pay an average of around two percent less for their tickets than men.