Wrap up 2010 | Some popcorn and a show

November 30, 2010 at 10:06 am Leave a comment

We hope you are looking forward to a delicious and enjoyable holiday season. Perhaps you’ve already been gifted the tub-o-popcorn sampler from a colleague, customer, or loved one. Grab that tub (we typically go straight for the cheddar and then the caramel), sit back, and check out some of our latest webinars. These aren’t in 3D, but they are a great way to wrap up 2010 with some practical recommendations that will empower you in 2011.

Coming Soon
Stop Mandating and Become Traveler-Centric
Thursday, December 2, 2010 | 2:00 pm EST | 60 minutes

Delivering a “traveler-centric” approach has a positive rippling effect – with a high level of employee satisfaction and willingness to use technology, adoption increases and cost savings are maximized. Hear from travel managers who have embraced the concept of the traveler-centric future and are enjoying huge success — without mandates. This panel discussion was voted “Best of Convention” at the 2010 NBTA Convention.

Click here to register. The first 10 corporate buyers that email reply@reardencommerce.com with “WEBINAR PASS” in the subject line will receive a complimentary registration.

Recent Release
Your Hotel Attachment Rate: How Much $$ Are You Leaving on the Table?

Hoteliers are increasingly flexing their negotiation muscle as the outlook for corporate travel continues to improve. This webinar provides you with practical recommendations to boost your hotel attachment rate, thereby driving cost savings and increasing your travelers’ satisfaction.

Click here to watch the complimentary recording.

Enjoy the show!

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