Rocketrip’s Five: Top Articles You Need to Read
Our weekly wrap up of articles is here. Here’s what we’ve been talking about over the past week. (And we’d love to hear what you have to think about too!).
The show must go on! Many production companies are getting back to the set and back on the road. And how they are approaching their return to travel gives important insight into how companies can approach the return to travel in a thoughtful and smart way.
Skift had a conversation with FLEETCOR’s Ronald J. Rogers, President of the Lodging Division, about the future of corporate lodgings. Read it for Rogers emphasis on the importance of control, cost savings, and simplification.
Reducing CO2 emissions is important for the future health of their program, even as Covid stays top of mind. Companies must continue to hold themselves accountable for reducing CO2 emissions as they prepare travel programs of the future.
Coupa’s VP of Product Management, Valerie Layman, provides her opinion on how adding emerging technology into your travel program can assist travel managers. Talking around how tech can help solve problems around unused credits, duty of care, and rebuilding trust in their traveling population, Layman’s insight provides great food for thought.
And finally, we’re sharing a thoughtful article about what the winner of Tuesday’s election will face when he assumes office!
Christine Butchko manages content marketing at Rocketrip.