Charging on

It’s been a busy few months for Radisson Hotels, which along with Hilton and Marriott remains the international group with the most ambitious and...

Nimble and Innovative

Just eight years ago, 99.9% of Flight Centre’s business in South Africa was made up of leisure travel, according to Stark. Today that spread is roughly 60-40 in favour of leisure versus corporate, and Stark is a happy man, with fewer of his eggs all in one basket.

Reinventing happiness

Club Med was arguably the pioneer in the premium all-inclusive holiday space, but it has also come to play a significant role in

Still eating

The guys at Tourvest’s Travelit believe the new app they’ve developed is something unique and ground-breaking in a South African context

A ‘brand’ new future

Hilton Hotels & Resorts has a healthy African development pipeline of 52 hotels, and the group plans to enter 14 new countries over the...

Still driving

An audience with Lance Smith, Avis Budget’s Executive: Sales is always an hour or two well-spent, as one of the South African car rental...

Doubling up

Virgin Atlantic is betting big on South Africa, adding a second daily service into Johannesburg and reaffirming its commitment to a market its been...

Driving innovation

The travel management industry has changed beyond recognition in the past 10-15 years, with technology at the forefront of that change. But further change...

Where we need to be

The travel industry’s corporate card space is a competitive one, with American Express one of the main players, globally. Nedbank is the licence partner...

Changing Perception

Large-scale conferences, events and exhibitions remain the staple diet for Birchwood, which has become a preferred Johannesburg venue for clients in this space, particularly...

Converting opportunities

Along with Marriott and Carlson Rezidor, Hilton are the international group with the most impressive African hotel development pipeline, and the group already operates...