In a survey of its clients, ATPI learned that 70 per cent of corporate travel managers believe their travellers will be on the road more often in 2018 than they did in 2017. When asked where their concerns lie, the top answer was the safety and security of travellers (duty of care), followed by improving traveller satisfaction. Rounding out the top three was the pressure to reduce overall travel programme costs. The top three points that travel managers feel can help them create cost savings are managing traveller behaviour, having a better overview of incurred expenses en-route and booking air travel in advance. Get the full story at Buying Business Travel