Corporate travel rebound signals first signs of recovery in decimated sector

[ad_1] Corporate travel is beginning to rebound as coronavirus restrictions ease in many parts of the world, signalling the first signs of recovery for an industry decimated by the pandemic. Hotels, airlines and travel companies all report a rise in corporate bookings over recent weeks as executives return to the road following months of virtual … Read more

She Left the Corporate Ladder to Become a Travel Entrepreneur

[ad_1] When Jateria Pittman took her first international trip for a study-abroad program seven years ago, she was on a path to a corporate career in the mortgage industry. Then a marketing major in her senior year at Appalachian State University, Ms. Pittman, the first person in her family to attend college, qualified for a … Read more

Managerial experience with natural disasters affects corporate ability to prepare for future catastrophes

[ad_1] LAWRENCE — In the Midwest, a thunderstorm is considered commonplace. “Sometimes we just ignore it. We might have a little flooding, yet most of the time it doesn’t matter. People in management who experience these kinds of low-intensity natural disasters gain confidence and simply work through it,” said Chang Hoon Oh, the William and … Read more

How Corporate Sustainability Impacts the Customer Experience

[ad_1] PHOTO: Adobe Corporate Social Responsibility has taken on a greater role in the past year, as customers expect the brands they do business with to share their own values and ideals. As more people come to recognize the damage that humans have done to the earth, sustainability has become a hot-button issue. When sustainability … Read more