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Virtuoso: The Best of the Best

Over 50 Vision executives and travel advisors attended the recent annual Virtuoso conference in Las Vegas. “It was a remarkable event of networking, learning and fellowship,” says Stephanie Anevich, the company’s executive vice-president. One of the highlights of the Virtuoso conference is the reveal of the results of the annual  Best of the Best survey. […]


Travel Manager 2020 Foundational Shifts in the Role of the Travel Manager

Travel Management is an evolving process which shares characteristics with and is influenced by procurement and finance, but retains its own unique challenges and characteristics. Procurement generalists have a tendency to view travel as commodity purchases, which may be valid, but can result in glossing over the industry-specific nuances, like shifts in the travel value […]


Cutting the costs of Corporate Travel

With Ian Race, Senior Vice-President, Sales & Account Management  Even when the economy is buoyant, there are benefits in keeping a close rein on corporate travel costs. Recently I gave a presentation to the Global Business Travel Association in which I shared some of Vision’s top suggestions for cost containment.  Then we asked members of […]


Giving Back on your Holiday

A few years ago, volunteering holidays were all the rage: the chance to combine some volunteer activity with your holiday, making you a “voluntourist”. You could, make a difference by, for example, helping out for a few days in an orphanage. Nowadays responsible tour companies have been rethinking the concept of voluntourism and shifting the […]


Croatia: An Undiscovered Gem

Croatia is one of Europe’s “undiscovered” gems but is certainly not shy about making up for lost time! This small country – shaped like an upsidedown U and bordering the Adriatic Sea to the west, facing the boot of Italy – is punching way above its weight when it comes to active holidays. On the […]


Destination Spotlight: Cook Islands

Breathe in the fresh pure air. Wade into the cool, calm, blue lagoons. Let the untouched charm of these beautiful Cook Islands capture your spirit and hold your heart. The 15 islands of the Cooks lie halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii in the South Pacific, scattered like fragrant frangipani petals floating across 2.2 million […]

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