Becoming a sustainable travel company
Mapping the road ahead: How travel companies can act effectively to achieve a sustainable recovery.
Many organizations are uncertain how they can align sustainability with recovery. Travel is back, and bookings are on the rise, but regulations and customer expectations have evolved, and “hitting rewind” is not an option.
Explore the factors travel companies need to consider to become responsible companies in Jesko Neuenburg’s blog post.
How can travel companies define their pathways to sustainability?
Our research into Sustainability DNA provides a framework for aviation and hospitality companies. We identify priorities for action and guide companies through the challenges ahead.
Customers, investors, employees & regulators expect companies to reduce their impact on the climate. But that’s not the only reason to act – it’s the right thing to do. Travel companies prioritizing responsible practices will reap tangible benefits.
A survey of more than 25,000 people globally found that 59% of respondents said they would switch to a travel provider that promotes sustainability.
Sustainable business operations, including using less resources and smarter supply chains, save money.
Regulations are getting stricter and being implemented at a faster pace. Travel companies that implement sustainability practices now minimize risk.
Investors put sustainability at the center of their decisions, so companies without clear sustainability plans risk losing access to capital.
Positive sustainability actions result in positive brand reputation. Social media can build or destroy a company‘s reputation in minutes.
Hiring and retaining employees in the travel industry is a challenge. Employees want to work for companies that protect the planet.
Circular value chains are more sustainable. We show how companies can develop trusted value chains, eliminate waste, and use renewable energy and SAF.
We have the tools, technologies and methodologies to measure the impact of your program and share relevant metrics with your stakeholders.
In the post-pandemic competition for talent, employees prefer sustainable workplaces. Our insights will help you gain the support of all employees.
Both leisure and business travelers demand action to save the planet. We’ll explain how to communicate your sustainability commitments to customers.
We have made sustainability our top responsibility. The technology and human ingenuity to power sustainable travel is not just the future—it’s here: We work with our partners to help travel players take climate actions and address social aspects.
Transparency is essential when it comes to sustainability matters. Trust is at stake - and technology enables tracking and reporting on ESG issues. In our latest episode of the Embark podcast series, we tackle sustainability - from challenges to best practices. Hear from our guest speakers Arielle Quick at Marriott, Virginia Messina at World Travel and Tourism Council, and Jesko Neuenburg at Accenture. They explore the challenges, benefits, progress, and best practices of sustainability programs for travel companies. Listen in and find out about the role of technology in helping travel companies become more sustainable.