Direct ATPI | Map your return to travel at the Business Travel Show 2021
Use Direct ATPI’s expertise to plan your organisation’s return to business travel
Wherever your destination and whatever the future holds, Direct ATPI has the expertise to get you there.
Corporate travel has changed. It's now time to get back on course and continue the journey, while taking the opportunity to review and renew your wider goals and targets - specifically in relation to sustainability, content and service.
Direct ATPI have supported our clients throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and in doing so we have gathered a wealth of experience of navigating border closures, travel restrictions, operating charter flights and repatriating stranded travellers. We’ve also become adept at amending travel policies, creating booking processes and implementing new technology as a way of overcoming the challenges set by the Covid-19 pandemic.
At this year’s Business Travel show we’re offering you the chance to develop a strategy that is geared towards the priorities that your organisation has for corporate travel today, tomorrow and in the future.
Talk to the Direct ATPI team about how best to map your organisation’s return to corporate travel at this year’s Business Travel Show.
The Business Travel Show is an international event for corporate travel, bringing together thousands of travel buyers and bookers. For procurement and travel managers, the Business Travel Show provides an invaluable chance to meet travel experts face-to-face, try the latest travel technology for yourself and learn from the experiences of your industry peers.
The Business Travel Show takes place from 30th September - 1st October at ExCeL, London. Meet the Direct ATPI team at stand BTSE140 for free consultancy and strategy advice on the future of your corporate travel programme. Stop by and we will even offset your travel to the show, making your trip completely carbon neutral.
A ready-made roadmap for returning to business travel
Although the effects of Covid-19 seem all-pervasive, it’s important to consider aspects of travel that aren’t directly related to the impact Covid-19 - aspects such as NDC content, customer service, online booking tools and travel management technology and sustainability.
In this interactive roadmap we’re offering you the chance to develop a strategy that is geared towards the priorities that your organisation has for corporate travel right now. By selecting a few of the elements of corporate travel that are most important or intriguing to your organisation, you will create a roadmap of things to investigate and implement over the next few months. These could include content and NDC, sustainability, service, technology, safety and duty of care, communicating change, travel policy and supplier management.Click here to start building your personalised roadmap