What needs to change in the backbone of the corporate travel industry in order to improve the service level to the customer?
Are up-and-coming players in the corporate travel market like TripActions and Lola going to have a significant impact in the space?
How do companies like Uber and Airbnb - which have revolutionized leisure travel - fit in with established travel management programs?
Lots of questions, with many different answers.
During the Executive Roundtable: Remaking of Corporate Travel at the Phocuswright Conference 2018, Arlene Coyle, senior vice president of corporations sales at Amadeus; Ronnie Gurion, general manager and global head of Uber for Business; David Holyoke, global head of Airbnb for Work; and Jeffrey Katz, founding chairman and CEO of Orbitz and CEO of Journera take a hard look at how the corporate travel landscape is evolving.
The session includes their reaction to one of the stories of the week during the event: Sabre buying Farelogix.
See the full video below.
Executive Roundtable: The Remaking of Corporate Travel
We also caught up with Holyoke in the PhocusWire studio.
PhocusWire @ Phocuswright 2018 - Airbnb on targeting the working world