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Most Popular Reads of 2009

This blog’s most popular posts involved innovation, fighting words, myths and data sources.  Not quite sure what this topical variety tells me about the direction I should take with this travel management blog in 2010, but stay tuned! (Sign up … Continue reading

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Three Myths About Sourcing Airlines – Part 3

(This wraps up the 3-part series.  See Part 1 on consortia buying here, and Part 2 on pre-paying here) Forget About Those Frequent Flier Miles Frequent flier miles add cost to the airfares your firm buys.  And yes, firms have … Continue reading

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Three Myths About Sourcing Airlines – Part 1

Given that air travel is typically a large spend item for most companies, it makes sense for procurement folks to attack it with extra energy and creativity.  Here are three ideas that often come up: Consolidate air spend across a … Continue reading

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