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Event Pricing Drives Up Hotel Costs, Hurts Corporate Travel

Posted on July 23, 2014

Kevin Maguire, former director of travel for intercollegiate athletics at the University of Texas at Austin, for the past few years has spoken out on the negative effects of hotel event pricing—when room rates double, triple or increase even more during citywide events—on corporate travel procurement as well as the hotel industry itself. What follows is a summary of his recent comments on the matter to Travel Procurement senior editor Michael B. Baker.

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Related Topics: business travel, corporate business, corporate travel, cost efficiencies, GBTA, Global Business Travel Association, hotels, special events, working with hotels

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