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CNN Travel | 11.20.17

15 Best Travel Apps for Your Next Trip

The wonder of travel is in the sights and sounds of your new location, but if a tool could smooth your path and free up your senses, you would use it, right? Well there is, of course, in your pocket. Smart travelers load up their smartphones with an array of handy apps to make life on the road that little bit easier.

PYMNTS | 9.6.17

How To Get Employees To Spend Corporate Cash More Wisely

Corporate spend on business trips is headed towards $1.6 trillion by 2020, according to the latest figures from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). The figure represents a 5.6 percent increase in travel spend among corporations each year between 2015 and the end of the decade.

PYMNTS | 9.1.17

From AI To T&E, B2B FinTechs Rake $141 Million

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a T&E startup land venture capital, but TravelBank broke the drought with $25 million in Series B funding announced this week. Based in the U.S., the company provides travel, expense management and rewards for corporates, the latter being a unique offering rewarding businesses for booking cheaper travel.

NewCenter.io | 8.31.17

TravelBank Secures $25 Million

Enterprise IT startup TravelBank announced the completion of $25 million in Series B financing. Six investors contributed to the round: DCM Ventures, Propel Venture Partners, Danhua Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Accel Partners, and Silicon Valley Bank.

Silicon Valley Business Journal | 9.1.17

The Funded: Pre-holiday rounds include $25M for travel expense app provider

A startup with an app that helps users earn rewards while keeping tabs on their travel expenses is among the few deals disclosed before people disappear for Labor Day weekend.

Skift | 9.1.17

India Hotel Network Treebo Raises $34 Million: Travel Startup Funding This Week

TravelBank, a San Francisco-based vendor of a travel expense and rewards app for business, raised $25 million in a Series B funding. DCM Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including Propel Venture Partners, DanHua Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Accel Partners, and Silicon Valley Bank. The startup has raised $35 million to date.