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Are Your Passengers Fit for Travel? 3 Vital Pre-Travel Health Checks for TMCs

Posted by Mike Atherton on 25 September, 2018

When you’re planning a trip for your business travellers, their health is often the last thing on your mind. However, the importance of pre-travel health checks shouldn’t be underestimated. 

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Topics: Travel Risk Management, Comment, Travel Risk Assessment

Are All Business Travellers Equal When it Comes to Travel Risk?

Posted by Mike Atherton on 05 September, 2018

Every business travel manager has a duty-of-care to keep their passengers safe, but are we failing entire groups of travellers when we assume everybody experiences travel-risk in the same way?

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Topics: Travel Risk Management, Travel Risk Assessment

Mantic Point Launches New-look Travel Risk Management Software

Posted by Mike Atherton on 10 August, 2018

The risks facing business travellers seem to be multiplying by the year, so it’s more vital than ever that travel managers are able to plan for and manage risk. To meet the changing nature of travel risk head-on, we’ve updated our travel risk management software.

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Topics: Travel Risk Management, Product Update, Travel Risk Assessment

The Top 8 Risks Facing Business Travellers

Posted by Mike Atherton on 30 July, 2018


Corporate travel has always entailed a degree of risk; trips to far-flung or unfamiliar destinations ‭naturally bring with them the potential for the unexpected. However, it feels as though the risks faced by business travellers are increasing almost year-on-year. From the rise in cybercrime to extreme weather, travel managers have more to consider than ever in keeping their clients safe. We look at the top 8 risks your TMC need to be aware of.

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Topics: Travel Risk Management, Travel Risk Assessment

Can Bleisure be Reconciled with Duty of Care?

Posted by Mike Atherton on 26 June, 2018

One of the most positive developments in  corporate travel of the last few years is the rise of ‘bleisure’— the bolting-on of leisure and sightseeing time to business trips. No longer is corporate travel limited to the airport-hotel-meeting-airport itineraries of old, as companies increasingly seeing the value in allowing travellers time to experience their destination outside the confines of the conference room.

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Topics: Travel Apps, Traveller Tracking, Travel Risk Assessment