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Published: February 27, 2012

The hotel pictured in the pdf below is not from your travel agent‘s new, open and transparent holiday brochure. We took it ourselves; it’s an hour outside Tripoli and was the proposed venue for a valued client of ours, an offering made by another party. Enough to say there was a rapid rethink!

In our straightened times companies are authorising fewer journeys, but the demand to create new business remains. The most lucrative business is often found in the world’s most hostile places and that means travel authorisations and ticketing that strongly include travel security. Most internationals have discovered that divorcing tickets from security is a bad thing, but marrying them up in the first place can be tough.

In a recent article by Pilgrims in issue 42 of City Security magazine, Richard Lovell-Knight discusses a generic policy and process that should serve most corporates in some form.

If you want to find out more about how to manage your company's travel risks, you may want to read this article...

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