Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Carlson Wagonlit Travel becomes just CWT in support of its intent to be a global leader in digital business travel

Carlson Wagonlit Travel, a well recognised name in the world of corporate travel, is to be known simply as CWT, as the three-letter classification that

Carlson Wagonlit predicts a generally positive outlook for Latin America in 2019 with small declines in hotel rates and airfares

Although projections for Latin America’s economic performance in 2019 show 2.3% growth, both hotel rates and airfares are expected to drop, according to new research

Carlson Wagonlit: meeting lead times in North America set to increase in 2019 as group size is poised for double-digit uplift 

Solid economic growth in North America is fuelling solid demand for growth in meetings in the region during 2019, but a new report by Carlson

Singapore airfares begin to climb on key business routes

Average Ticket Price (ATP) continues to climb by up to 5% year-on-year on several key Singapore business routes, including Hong Kong, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur,

Focus on payments: Four in ten business travellers use corporate cards for personal purchases

According to new research commissioned by CWT, four in ten business travellers admit to using corporate cards for personal purchases – 46% of American and

Travel prices are expected to rise sharply in 2019, driven by a growing global economy and rising oil prices

Travel prices are expected to rise sharply in 2019, with hotels going up 3.7%, and flights 2.6%, driven by a growing global economy and rising

Perth international airfares continue to rise, coinciding with hotel occupancy and rates falling: CWT/CAPA Report

CWT Solutions Group, the consulting division of Carlson Wagonlit Travel, and CAPA – Centre for Aviation have found that airfares on key international business routes

Half of millennial business travellers in the Americas concerned about safety when using ride-sharing services

New research commissioned by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, shows business travellers around the world feel marginally safer in taxis than in ride-sharing services. In fact, around

Australian business travellers feel safer in taxis than in ride-sharing services – and it is a global trend!

New research commissioned by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, shows business travellers around the world feel marginally safer in taxis than in ride-sharing services. In fact, around

Asia Pacific business travellers are the most concerned users of ride-sharing services

New research commissioned by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, shows business travellers around the world feel marginally safer in taxis than in ride-sharing services. In fact, around

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