Latest ACTE Travel News

The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) today presented the National Business Travel Association (NBTA) with an outline of the broad terms of a proposed merger. The action followed a unanimous vote taken by the ACTE board of directors to reopen merger negotiations. According to ACTE President Richard Crum, these terms represent guarantees for the rights and privileges of the entire international membership, while supporting the integrity of ACTE's global education program.
A new survey conducted by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) indicates fear of perceived corporate excess is forcing corporations to pass up on great deals for meeting facilities with easy access to air transportation - while spending more to meet in locations not generally associated with entertainment. The association's leadership has described this move as a radical departure from the basic principles of purchasing and procurement, substituting political correctness for good business sense.
Certain aspects of CSR such as 'green' forms of business travel, are beginning to suffer in the recession, as organisations prioritize cost-saving over supporting sustainable travel.
The collapse of the global economy has had a profound impact on the business travel industry, placing a new emphasis on corporate travel department objectives, procedures, and existing contracts between buyers and suppliers, according to a comprehensive survey conducted by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE).
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