Small to Mid-Market Business (SMB)
Defining a small to mid-market business (SMB) in the corporate travel business can sometimes be difficult. But if you think your company doesn’t spend enough money on air, car, and hotel bookings to enjoy cost savings or demand service levels then your company just may qualify as SMB and may be missing out on optimization opportunities.
Typically, a company that spends less than $15 million on combined travel and expenses on an annual basis is considered SMB and in many cases this business is highly regarded by traditional air, car, and hotel suppliers.
Kesselrun's Experience with the SMB Market
KesselRun has been working with SMB clients that start at $1 million in spend volume since its inception and the options in the marketplace to help service your business have grown substantially. As a result, we have found many SMB clients who never thought a formal management structure around their business travel program was available now see the cost and service benefits associated with putting some structure around the program. All without hiring additional staff. KesselRun can help.
KesselRun brings deep experience to every aspect of your corporate travel program. After 20 years in business, we still believe that every consulting engagement is as unique as our client’s business.
20+ Years in Business
Excellent Client References
Our Executive Team has decades of experience across the entire corporate travel supply chain. We come from both Big 5 management consulting firms and from corporate travel supplier and client sides of the business. We provide flexible, thoughtful, and independent solutions. Our goal is always to increase traveler satisfaction while optimizing corporate spend and supplier leverage. Most importantly, we all love what we do.
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