As corporate travel slowly resumes, there is one question that is gaining momentum – how can we make business travel more sustainable? There is growing recognition that doing so isn’t just about social responsibility, but about driving success – Reducing cost, improving efficiency and attracting and retaining both customers and employees. A more sustainable travel program can help make businesses both more sustainable and more profitable.
Before you can build sustainability practices into your travel program, you need to know where your business is today. That’s why we’ve created a tool to help you assess your corporate travel sustainability and see how your business compares to others in your industry and region.
This 2020 study offers fascinating insights into the trends, opinions and actions being taken to achieve more sustainable business travel.
Surveying 2,450 corporate travel decision makers and 2,000 travelers across Europe, it offers rich insights to help you to plan for a more sustainable corporate travel future.
Getting the mix of incentives right relies on visibility and data. Proper data management is key. Without visibility into traveller behaviours and perceptions – to help understand what they want and need, while riding the rails, on the road, or in the air – it is almost impossible to implement credible and coherent sustainable change management.”
From guiding individual travellers to select more sustainable options, to reporting on overall carbon impact, there are many ways SAP Concur Solutions help companies and individuals run at their best.
Running an efficient, more sustainable travel program helps make businesses both more sustainable and more profitable
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