Innovative subscription-based travel booking platform enabling business travelers to save money and… | Nation/World
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 11 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Budget-conscious startups and small and medium-sized businesses can now turn to new travel tech company Trasava to cut annual travel spend by an average of 34%.
Led by a passionate team of on-the-go entrepreneurs, Trasava makes discounted travel fares – similar to business travel discounts – accessible to small businesses and startups. By leveraging an innovative subscription model and exclusive supplier agreements, Trasava is able to offer unmatched prices on hotels of all types – from basic to luxurious – worldwide. Businesses use multiple subscription services, so why not travel too?
With over a million property listings, Trasava takes the pain out of small and medium-sized businesses when negotiating group rates and when tied to a few hotel chains. Tedious business travel management is also simplified with an easy-to-use platform to manage all bookings. While a dedicated admin has access to booking and managing reservations for all team members, employees can also log in and manage their own travel arrangements.
In addition to reducing travel expenses, with Trasava, employee business travel can be enhanced with the ability to book five-star hotels at two-star rates. Plus, employees can add a friend or family member to their account and share the same benefits at no additional cost to a company.
Besides hotels and car rentals, companies can also book team building events through Trasava, such as cruises and activities like wine tasting, rafting, horseback riding and more.
For more information about Trasava and to register now, visit trasava.com.
Trasava is a travel technology startup based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Launched in 2022, Trasava makes travel more affordable by bringing corporate hotel rates to as many people as possible.
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