Travel Advisor Resources After Sri Lanka Attacks: Reducing Client Risk

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Security personnel standing guard in Sri Lanka after Easter attacks. Travel advisors have resources to try to keep travelers informed about security risks. Iain Marlow / Bloomberg

Skift Take: The recent terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka underscore the need for addressing traveler safety. While mitigating risk does not come with the same obligations for leisure travel advisors as it does for those on the corporate side, there are still steps they can take to protect clients.

— Maria Lenhart

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Travel Leaders Picks Up Former Amex Partners in Corporate Travel Push

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Skift Take: Travel Leaders has turned to a membership model instead of franchising or partnerships to build out its global presence in the corporate space. It’s one way to grow without costly acquisitions, although more acquisitions are probably on the way too.

— Andrew Sheivachman

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