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Future Point

Managed travel enters 2016 in a perpetual state of transition, and past performance is no guarantee of tomorrow’s results
That Master of the Malaprop, the late Yogi Berra once said, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” But it’s equally foolish to launch into a new business cycle without some wisdom about what tomorrow may bring. So we rely on forecasts by those in the know to provide some insight into what to expect in the near-term. Here’s a look at what some insiders see in store for business travel in 2016.

The traveler’s experience will be a key in the months ahead, according to David Moran, executive vice president, global marketing and strategy at Carlson Wagonlit Travel. “Whether companies are focusing on the safety and security of their travelers on the road, or using technology to give travelers everything they need at every stage of a trip, everything is geared towards offering a truly seamless experience.”

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