The hotel industry has been through a lot lately. After experiencing tremendous success in the last decades, more recently bookings have taken a hit.
Rydoo is the travel and expense solution that will change the way we work. Rydoo is one single platform with different modules that cover the whole Travel and Expense journey : before, during and after trip. The user at the very centre of each Rydoo development to create the best possible experience.
Flying has never been more popular than it is today. Thanks to lower fares, airports popping up close to most large cities and increasing GDPs worldwide, ticket sales have skyrocketed.
Packing for holidays can be stressful, we don't want to forget anything and make sure we spend the best time possible. After a few trips, we all develop our list of little tips and tricks to get us through. Yet, when it comes to business travel, the pressure always seems to be..
With Generation X steadily aging, Millennials are slowly taking over key positions at their companies. These roles come with more responsibilities, often including the need to travel for work.
Humans aren't perfect. We get sick, we get angry, but most importantly — we make bad decisions. And it's not just someone in the supermarket getting the wrong brand of peanut butter — it's also influential decision makers in multinational companies.
When we think about travel policies, we often think of large companies.
Surely there's only a need to manage corporate travel when you have hundreds of people flying across the world? Well, not exactly.
Our lives are dominated by huge corporations. They're responsible for the food you eat, the clothes you wear and the phone or computer you're reading this on. Just an example: only 10 companies own 90% of the world's food brands — crazy, right?
The finance department in any organization has an interesting position. While it's one of the most vital parts of a company, there are often lots of misconceptions about what the team does and why it's important.
Travel needs vary heavily by company size. A start-up with 20 people might only have a couple of people flying throughout the year, who all book their own flights with the company credit card. But for a multinational company with thousands of employees spread out over the..