How to land a deal without even trying
Everyone likes a deal.
No matter what you’re buying – or how much money you have – a deal’s a deal. The sweetest deal of all is one where you don’t even...
How a chef can cost a million dollars
Gordon Ramsey may be one of the world’s richest chefs, making well over a hundred million dollars, but even a non-celebrity chef with no Michelin Stars can be worth as much. How? As with most things, it’s location, location, location. Or in this case, rotation, rotation, rotation.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel Research: Three in Ten Business Travelers Value Hotel Rewards Over Safety
Globally, three in ten business travelers are happy to sacrifice safety for hotel loyalty and rewards incentives, according to research commissioned by...
RoomIt by CWT and Expedia Affiliate Network partner to provide hotel content for business travelers
RoomIt by CWT, the new hotel distribution division of Carlson Wagonlit Travel, the leading global travel management company, today announces a new agreement with Expedia Affiliate Network (EAN), a brand within the Expedia group. This agreement will make rates and availabilities for EAN supply available to RoomIt and CWT clients, giving travelers access to 197,000 properties including 36,000 unique properties across the globe.
Fisheries travel case study
A CWT Energy, Resources & Marine client’s commercial fishing vessel took on water and had to be abandoned by its crew several hundred miles from the nearest land, Alaska’s Adak Island. Their life rafts were rescued and the 46-member crew was brought to the island, where a small community lives in the town of Adak. CWT Energy, Resources & Marine personnel were asked to coordinate air evacuation to Anchorage, then to each of the crew member’s home cities
CWT personnel booked a charter airline to transport the crew to Anchorage. The team then organized flights to each crew member’s home city, despite most of them abandoning their sinking ship without personal identification. The CWT…
Avoiding the 2017 Oscar mix-up at your next event
The biggest mishap in the Oscar’s history occurred last week, after “La La Land” was wrongly announced as the best film winner at the awards. Want to avoid a similar blunder at your next event? We’…