HOW SECURE GROUND TRANSPORTATION BENEFITS FROM THREAT AND DISTURBANCE MONITORING

In our recent response to a Wall Street Journal article on the growing interest in corporate duty of care, Savoya’s president Robert Dobrient pointed out that the tracking of business travelers can be useful in responding to crisis. But, he notes, our real objective should be proactive - keeping people out of those situations in the first place. A more proactive approach requires many things. First, as Robert... read more

AON’S 2018 RISK MAP REPORT: A REVIEW AND RESPONSE

One of our goals in launching Momentum, the new Savoya blog, was to keep our travelers and those who support them up-to-date on trends and changes within the travel industry. Part of that commitment means finding new research, sharing it with you and offering our perspective on why it’s important. Recently, Aon, a leading global professional services and insurance firm, in partnership with The Risk Advisory... read more

HOW TO STAY SAFE AT THE 2018 WORLD CUP

Attending the World Cup is a bucket list item for any true soccer fan. But traveling to Russia and being a part of an event that’s expected to have a $31 billion impact on the local economy carries inherent risks. This is especially true for visitors from Western countries and for high-profile travelers. If you or your travelers plan to attend this year’s World Cup, you need to be proactive about safety.... read more

A NEW LEVEL OF SECURITY ON YOUR BUSINESS TRIP, EXPANDED

Recently, Wall Street Journal contributor Scott McCartney published an article titled, “A New Level of Security on Your Business Trip.” In it, McCartney introduced the concept of duty of care to his “The Middle Seat” travel column, focusing primarily on the need to be able to track business travelers, wherever they are in the world. But while traveler tracking is important, it is a reactive tactic.... read more

35 QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE SELECTING A GROUND PROVIDER

Selecting the right ground transportation provider isn’t easy. Whether you’re planning travel for yourself or on behalf of someone else, ground is often the last thing on your mind. That’s understandable, given the complexity of choosing between different vendors, in different markets, with wildly different standards of service. But just because ground is challenging doesn’t mean you can let it to fall... read more