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Travelers Take Center Stage

New ACTE research finds travel managers are taking a more traveler-considerate approach to policies and programs

SCT&EM 2011 Conference Items Online, 2012 Planning Starts

Copies of presentations and handouts from the September conference held by the Society of Collegiate Travel & Expense Management (SCT&EM) are now available on the organization’s web site, according to a recent announcement by executive director Debbie Gulliver.

Bay Area BTA Gets SF Hotel, Meetings Update

The attendees at BABTA’s October meeting heard a mixed report on the status of hotel room costs and the meetings outlook around the Bay Area for the next two years from John Reyes, executive vice president and chief customer officer of the San Francisco Travel Association. 

NBTA Foundation Adds Boeing To Contributor List

NBTA Foundation has announced that the Boeing Company has joined its Partnership Initiative at the Ambassador level, which designates contributions of $100,000 to $250,000.

ITM Survey Profiles Data Use And Influence On Managers Pay

Travel and meeting managers in the UK and Ireland appear to be on the verge of demanding “more diverse data sets” than they’ve had up till now, according to T. Paul Tilstone, chief executive of The Institute of Travel & Meetings (ITM) UK & Ireland.

Capital One T And E Team Wins 1st ACTE MasterCard Award

The travel management team for Capital One Financial — Tamara Jones, senior manager for travel expense management and accounts payable; Dale Smith, senior director of shared services; and Heather Young, manager of travel expense management — has been named the first recipients of the Excellence Award for Management of Corporate Travel Spend, sponsored by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) and MasterCard Worldwide.

Special Reports

Travelers Take Center Stage

New ACTE research finds travel managers are taking a more traveler-considerate approach to policies and programs

SCT&EM 2011 Conference Items Online, 2012 Planning Starts

Copies of presentations and handouts from the September conference held by the Society of Collegiate Travel & Expense Management (SCT&EM) are now available on the organization’s web site, according to a recent announcement by executive director Debbie Gulliver.

Bay Area BTA Gets SF Hotel, Meetings Update

The attendees at BABTA’s October meeting heard a mixed report on the status of hotel room costs and the meetings outlook around the Bay Area for the next two years from John Reyes, executive vice president and chief customer officer of the San Francisco Travel Association. 

ITM Survey Profiles Data Use And Influence On Managers Pay

Travel and meeting managers in the UK and Ireland appear to be on the verge of demanding “more diverse data sets” than they’ve had up till now, according to T. Paul Tilstone, chief executive of The Institute of Travel & Meetings (ITM) UK & Ireland.

Capital One T And E Team Wins 1st ACTE MasterCard Award

The travel management team for Capital One Financial — Tamara Jones, senior manager for travel expense management and accounts payable; Dale Smith, senior director of shared services; and Heather Young, manager of travel expense management — has been named the first recipients of the Excellence Award for Management of Corporate Travel Spend, sponsored by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) and MasterCard Worldwide.

NBTA Survey Travel Pros Pragmatic About TSA Measures

A week before they were field-tested by Thanksgiving weekend travelers, expanded use of full-body screening machines and enhanced pat-down procedures were seen as an acceptable security practice by 81 percent of 934 travel professionals responding to a survey conducted by the National Business Travel Association (NBTA).

ACTE Poll Forecasts Upswing In Canadian Business Travel

Contrary to expectations, nearly half of Canadian organizations responding to a survey by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives and the Conference Board of Canada say their travel spending actually increased in 2010.

Social Medias Impact Put Into Perspective At SCT And EM

We live in a global village where technology is supplanting human relationships, says Glenn Sparks, professor of communications for Purdue University and a featured speaker at the October conference of the Society for Collegiate Travel and Expense Management (SCT&EM).

The Out Box 11-01-2010

On January 1, Delaware will become the eighth state in the US to ban the use of hand-held cell phones by all adult drivers.

Duke U Managers Risk Specialist Outline Value Of Travel Oversight

The educational community is not immune to the risks of travel, point out Chris Boraski and Margaret Riley, director of the corporate risk management office and director/ associate dean of the global education office for undergraduates, respectively, at Duke University. 

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