Global Business Travel Association logoThe New Jersey Chapter of the Global Business Travel Association is hosting an event called Rent, Share, or Drive – Ridesharing and Corporate Travel on Wednesday, June 20 at the Kenilworth Inn.

With the rise of ride-hailing companies, many companies are still undecided on how to approach and balance their relationships with car rental, traditional ground transportation, and ridesharing suppliers.
A panel of ground transportation experts will explore the differences in convenience, service levels, technology and pricing between all and identify why many companies do not have a clear policy on ridesharing companies and have not provided education to their employees so they can make the right choice at the right time.

For more information on the event, visit here.

 

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