For 2 years in a row, BusinessTravel360's submission was selected among many of the travel industry's top brass as a possible speaker at 'The Beat Live' event held in December. Once selected, subscribers of The Beat, vote on who takes the stage.
In 2021, BT360 was selected to provide an address on Travel Enablement at 'The Beat Live"
I call upon GBTA, ASTA, or any global organization to establish a new norm of measuring risk in business travel. Business travelers have always been taking minimal risks when traveling. We need a metric that companies can use to understand where their employees can travel. A metric that does not take case count into consideration. Measuring risk by case count will keep business travel suppressed for another one to two years. Businesses will struggle and will lose market share if someone does not take immediate action.
Thank you Michele Delgado of Hartmetrics for the interview and for being a great partner and friend.
"Aash and I met a couple of months ago and right away I knew I was going to enjoy collaborating with him. His optimism, and passion for the travel industry is contagious. He is a bit of a disrupter but in a positive way."
Thank you to Welp Magazine for giving us the honor to be selected as one of the Top 20 Business Travel Podcasts of 2021. A special thanks goes out to all those who were mentioned on this list for creating unique ways to connect with audiences world-wide.
About a decade ago, airlines used to play a game with airfares and would show travelers only the base fare when advertising prices. This prompted a rule from the U.S. Department of Transportation that required airlines to tell you the real price of the trip and not to string you along. As once-grounded Boeing 737 Max aircraft return to service, we are ready for another such rule...
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