Posted on: 12/11/2012 by Greg Webb – President, Sabre Travel Network
Although some may consider the practice 'dated,' I still like to reference the late Emily Post for matters relating to anniversaries. Emily Post, a renowned author on proper etiquette and the original Miss. Manners, says the appropriate (and traditional) celebratory gift for Egencia’s 10-year anniversary is a present made of tin or aluminum. However, over the years there’s been a shift from ‘traditional’ gifts to a more contemporary view of acknowledgement. As I ponder suitable tin/aluminum gifts for Egencia (or diamonds per the modern view), it causes me to reflect on how things continue to evolve - culture ...
Posted on: 11/07/2012 by Rob Greyber – President, Egencia
Today represents a significant milestone at Egencia and officially marks our ten-year anniversary, our first decade as a company. It was 10 years ago that Expedia, our parent company, began its journey into corporate travel. What started as a new business unit of Expedia rapidly blossomed into Egencia, now one of the Top 5 TMCs in the world, based on a legacy of industry-leading technology, products, and business travel solutions and service.
And what a decade it’s been!
Posted on: 07/03/2012 by Tracy Thompson
Egencia just unveiled its 2012 Global Corporate Travel Benchmarking Study and Travel Manager Research, evaluating the current business travel landscape and supply environment for air, hotel and rail inventory. The study is designed to help travel managers gain insight into today’s supply landscape, and demystify the complex pricing fluctuations and ongoing changes in the industry.
Posted on: 02/14/2012 by Tracy Thompson – Senior Marketing Writer at Egencia
Good news for business travelers. Egencia just reached an agreement with Southwest Airlines that will give Egencia corporate clients improved access to the carrier’s content and functionality.
Posted on: 12/07/2011 by Tracy Thompson – Senior Marketing Writer at Egencia
You could hit someone up for money in the airport lounge.
Take advantage of that fancy new ‘overhead bin’ seating option.
Or you can go with Egencia.
Egencia has been in the business travel industry for awhile now, and through this experience we’ve found some consistent and effective ways to get lower airfares for business travelers.
First off, one of the best ways to find lower airfares is to book as early as possible (at least 22 or more days in advance). In our 2012 Global Travel Forecast study, we found, just by booking early, that you could achieve ...