While the first article sees untapped potential for SME’s in corporate travel, the second one argues, based on research, that corporate travel does not regard sharing economy principles as, well, potentially valuable yet.
Dealing with business and leisure travel clients
The line between business and leisure travel is blurring, and business travellers are looking for leisure experiences too. And while the technology may be in place to make this work, the question remains how one company can help these totally different types of clients meet their goals.
Companies focus on savings, not on sharing economy
Recent research shows travel managers don’t have plans to introduce sharing economy services and have not implemented app-based services like in-trip messaging. Security and duty of care turn out to be the main objections.