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Mad about tech

Technology is playing an increasingly bigger role in travel management, so what’s the best approach and how do TMCs get the balance right, without neglecting the human element of service?

Moving with the times

Cars remain a vital component of land travel for much of Africa. Whether you rent a vehicle, drive yourself around in a private car, catch a lift with a friend, flag down a taxi or book an Uber, the humble and hardworking automobile is the vehicle that gets you

Premium travel re-defined

There’s a different face to luxury or ‘premium’ travel. Gone are the old perceptions of what ‘luxury’ constitutes, as a new type of traveller has...

Full steam ahead

Whatever we think about the pace of change in our everyday lives, technology has been right at the core, enhancing and personalising our experiences like never before. And nowhere is this truer than in the travel world, where technology has positively

Be Different

It used to be enough in the conference – or ‘events’ – space for suppliers to offer a large-enough venue and a few basic supplies at a reasonable price to secure clients.

The Personal Touch

Loyalty programmes are changing all the time, as suppliers in the travel space continuously look for effective ways to reward their

Getting hands on

There’s something mesmerising about watching a pot being hand-thrown on a wheel. A huge weight of wet clay is fashioned into a ball, thrown...

2018 Business Traveller Africa Awards

Launched in 2012 in association with Business Traveller Africa magazine, the awards programme is targeted at the South African

Moving Target

Travelling is a personal and emotional experience, regardless of whether you’re on a business trip or taking a holiday with the

Building blockchains

Most people have heard of Bitcoin by now – the mysterious electronic currency created by “Satoshi Nakamoto”, a nom de plume identifying the inventor,...

New kind of luxury

If luxury or ‘premium’ travel is not what it used to be, what does that mean for the traveller of today and the traveller of

User-friendly business travel

As Zambia’s primary business travel destination, Lusaka is relatively ‘user-friendly’, with a small, simple airport, nice selection of branded hotels, and a layout that makes