Category - Corporate Travel


Women Book Business Travel Earlier, Saving Companies Millions

Women Book Business Travel Earlier, Saving Companies Millions by Catalin Ciobanu, Javier Donna, Gheorghe Lungu, and Greg Veramendi April 13, 2016 Harvard Business Review The demand for business travel is gender-independent, but men and women demonstrate different travel habits that impact the bottom line. We know from previous research that women react more strongly to […]


Electronic Travel Authorization: Effective March 15, 2016

As posted on the Government of Canada website: As of March 15, 2016, visa-exempt foreign nationals are expected to have an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to or transit through Canada. Exceptions include U.S. citizens, and travellers with a valid Canadian visa. Canadian citizens, including dual citizens, and Canadian permanent residents are not eligible to apply for an eTA. However, from […]


Your Boarding Pass & Your Security

Amidst growing concern for keeping your personal information secure, Vision Travel Solutions would like to remind you of a few key steps you can take to protect your privacy while travelling. As USA Today recently reported, hackers can use software to obtain personal information about travellers via their boarding pass. To keep your information safe and secure, we recommend […]


Communication is a two-way street

ITM chief executive Simone Buckley says suppliers must understand the value of consulting the travel community on key decisions. People who know me would probably say I’m a positive person. I always look for the best in people and situations. I try to be optimistic about the future, no matter what challenges are put in […]


Vision Travel acquires Vancouver-based Travel TST

VANCOUVER — West coast success story Travel TST has been acquired by Vision Travel. The agency has been serving the greater Vancouver area since 1969. Brian Robertson, COO Vision Travel, said the company is “thrilled” to welcome Travel TST into the Vision Travel family. “With their local market knowledge and expertise, they bring a wealth […]


Close the gaps on duty of care for your road warriors

By Brian Robertson Travel budgets have not escaped the scrutiny of resource companies under pressure to cut overhead costs. And while activity across the board may have slowed up to a point, there will always be a need to send staff offsite. In-house procurement specialists are trained to look for the best possible travel options […]