Sharing-economy companies such as Uber and Airbnb are starting to make serious inroads into the $300-billion business travel market, completely changing the way business travelers, well, do business.
Last week, the house-sharing giant Airbnb announced a massive overhaul to its Business Travel program that was launched in July 2014, in the hope of increasing the visibility of an employee’s travel plans and spending. And today, Concur Technologies — which provides travel and expense management services to businesses across the country — is announcing new partnerships with Lyft and HotelTonight, expanding its already extensive offerings, which include Uber and Airbnb. Read More
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