Carl Jones (SAP Concur), Conrad Clifford (IATA), Sanghamitra Bose (AMEX), Nicola Winchester (EY), Peter Koh (Corning)
Even with the COVID-19 pandemic, travel will continue to play an irreplaceable role in meeting critical business demands. However, travellers’ health and safety, and a new era of trip preparation and policies, will be front and center as travel resumes.
Business travelers and Travel Managers agree that companies are not fully prepared to address the impact of COVID-19 on business travel. Take the time now to revisit your travel and expense policies to ensure that they are properly aligned with current business needs, explore new sources of savings, and evaluate strategies for traveler safety.
As part of its ongoing The CxO Perspective web series, SAP Concur is hosting a webcast to help organizations better understand how best to prepare their organizations to safely resume business travel.
Catch the 3rd installment of this series to find out:
• Latest survey findings on business traveler trends and behavior in Asia-Pacific; challenges, perceptions and expectations for travel in post COVID-19 world
• What areas to focus on during downtime to ensure that your program is resilient and ready to go
• Closing the gap that limits visibility into travel data
Evaluating duty of care readiness