“Every $ invested in business travel generates an average of $9.50 in revenue and produces $2.90 in profits.” – Meetings Mean Business
There’s no denying it: Business travel is good for business.
Top level executives estimate that around 40 percent of potential customers are converted by face-to-face meetings. Not emails, calls, or virtual follow-ups, but good old-fashioned human-to-human contact. The positive effects of sending employees out to meet with clients far outweigh the costs.
But still, a savvy approach to business travel will seek to minimize these costs. And managers of mobile workforces have the opportunity to increase profits even more by tackling avoidable profit drains.
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In this free eBook, Business Travel: Managing Communication and Costs, you will learn insider tips and tricks on how to lower the costs of travel, and increase your team’s effectiveness.
What you’ll learn:
- How and why business travel is changing.
- What makes for an effective business travel policy.
- How to use mobile technologies to your advantage.
- How to save on booking costs.
- Tips and tricks from experienced industry insiders.