Billions Lost to Expense Report Fudging: 4 Business Travel and Travel Tech Trends That Defined the Week of Mar. 25-31
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Well, it turns out when business travelers fudge expense reports, that shortfall can really add up — to the tune of $2.8 billion a year, according to expense management website Chrome River. The site does say that 94 percent of road warriors do their best to get the numbers right, but there’s that six percent of bad apples committing actual fraud. Click to learn more.
Cities of the world can be alternatively boisterous and hushed — depending on the neighborhood, time of day, and other factors. Now there’s a way to find out beforehand where these sections are via Chatty Maps. This is an innovative website devoted to street-by-street sound profiles of select major urban areas across the globe, as conveyed by social media. Click to find out more.
Want to up your travel blogging game? Then there’s a few apps that you need to know about: ones that automatically track your destinations, make photos pop, schedule postings and more. Click to check out the list.
An app that can successfully save travelers on airfare is bound to do well. Hopper, which deploys its complex algorithm to determine the most money-saving moment to make that reservation, just got a big boost in funding. Millions of dollars have flooded in from BDC Capital IT Venture Fund, Omers Ventures, Accomplice and Brightspark Ventures, to name a few. Click for more on Hopper.
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