7 Steps to a Successful Return to Travel

Business travel will resume. According to a new Wakefield Research survey of 4,850 business travelers worldwide, 46% predict declines in new business if they are not able to travel.1 But as your company resumes travel, there will be unknowns to address. Gaining visibility over travel spend will always be a priority – now more than ever. Getting your employees traveling again will require building their trust and confidence in new health and safety protocols, as well as helping them navigate new steps to keep them more connected pre- and post-travel.

Here are seven steps to a successful travel program in the “new normal.”

  1. Plan ahead for continuous change
  2. Adapt quickly by staying informed
  3. Harness the power of foresight with Pre-Trip approvals
  4. Guide approved travelers to make wise choices
  5. Build safety into pre-trip planning
  6. Help employees stay safe while traveling
  7. Proactively manage the post travel experience

Download the tip sheet to learn more on how to support your organization’s return to travel.