Subject matter experts from TCG’s Global Hotel Practice share supplemental insights from 2016’s Corporate Hotel Sourcing following Julie Sickel’s article, 2016 Hotel Contract Negotiations: Tougher Dealings, Softer Rates written for Business Travel News. What is TCG seeing based on recent client engagements? While some major markets were more challenging than others, TCG negotiations produced 2016 rates well below […]
TCG proudly announces the hiring of Greg Brown as Chief Financial Officer. CLICK HERE to read the entire release.
Herman Vermeiren, Global Director Travel & Meeting Services for Johnson & Johnson is the 2015 recipient of TCG Consulting’s Carbrey Award. Read the full details.
TCG Consulting proudly announces the hiring of Bill Rogde as Director, Global Category Management Group of Global Practices – Air, Hotel & Meetings. The entire announcement is available for review by clicking HERE.
Michelle Moy has joined TCG’s Senior Leadership team as Director, Global Strategy Practice. Michelle will direct comprehensive client Strategic Planning engagements as well as provide subject matter expertise support for other TCG categories and regions. Read the entire announcement…
The 4th installment of our 2015 newsletter series, “Innovation, Ideas and News” is now available for download.
TCG Consulting’s third installment of our 2015 Newsletter, “Innovation, Ideas, and News” is now available for download.
TCG Celebrates Its 21st Year of Delivering Strategy, Sourcing and Management Advisory Services Across Corporate Travel, Meetings, Payment & Expense Management
Today TCG celebrates our 21st anniversary by taking a look back on then (1994) and now (2015).
Based on the Asia Pacific Travel Cost Forecasts for 2015, strong competition in the airline sector of the Asia market will depress many airfares. The dominance of low cost carriers (LCCs) in the region are pressuring the major carriers to match their low-cost airfares. For travel buyers this is an opportune time to leverage this […]
As reported in a recent Business Travel News article, Delta has announced that they plan to cut international capacity by 3 percent in response to the strengthening US dollar and decreased demand in certain markets that owes to lower oil prices. On a typical day, Delta operates approximately 148 international flights from the United States, with […]