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The reason employees get into trouble with expenses is that we, as budget holders and managers etc., haven’t set expectations on what is reasonable.

You cannot write expenditure limits into a one-size-fits-all policy. It never works and it creates more debate and irritation than what it’s worth. The variables between…


Javier Allegue Barros

Over the past 12 months, we have had time to reflect and think about inefficiency within current travel platforms and consider how we might do things differently to deliver solutions for the betterment of consumers of travel products and services.

This includes more emphasis for suppliers to deploy new technologies…


I was sent the following update to an insurance policy this week by a major travel insurance provider:

Travel to a country with a travel warning:

For travel to any country or a specific area that is subject to a travel warning, the insurance no longer applies if the government…


Last week we looked at the travel distribution market and how the money flows across players within the industry. This week we are looking at the effect technology has had on the travel marketplace and the downstream impact on the travel agent industry

Let’s get into it.

The internet has…


How the travel industry works

To help readers make the best decisions around travel I thought it might be useful to explain how travel works. The travel industry is very complicated with many different players, so I’ll try to keep it simple. Also to avoid unnecessary brain explosions (mine not…


Business travel hit rock bottom during 2020 with travel movements reducing up to 95% in many markets throughout the world. …


Photo by Russ Martin on Unsplash

Work and travel are inextricably linked. With travel being halted for the last 10 months due to COVID-19, Zoom and other video conferencing applications have allowed many of us to continue to work albeit in remarkably different environments. …


Photo by Paweł Czerwiński on Unsplash

What a year we have had. Being locked in our homes with nothing but a screen into the outside world. It has definitely been a challenge.

As a Melburnian, having had one of the hardest and longest lockdown periods in the world, I can safely say that being stuck within…


TripApprove’s ‘Fit to Travel’ form in action

With Moderna, Pfizer and Oxford-AstraZeneca all announcing highly promising vaccine results, it’s no surprise that the focus has firmly turned to when and how we will be getting back into international travel.

Qantas’ statement that passengers will need to show proof of a coronavirus vaccine before they are allowed to…


COVID has taught us a lot about our travel programs and how we can do things better. While most travel is still stalled, the promise of a vaccine in 2021 means business travel will slowly come back onto the global radar. However, if you’re like most companies out there, it’s…

Nutrip

Software company with a habit of developing applications to help organisations better manage travel in a dynamic and ever changing travel market.

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