Incidents in airports and travel are a recurring theme in Spain. However, there are companies that are in charge of travel management and guarantee an alternative solution to possible problems.

From Aervio, we provide you with an interview with:
 

  • Analía Polanco, the Director of Operations, to comment on the main restrictions on travel, changes and cancellations to Asia that affect companies that travel there for business.

Barcelona, ​​January 2020 – During the last weeks in Spain there were cases of coronavirus, a virus that is transmitted in a limited way among human beings, but whose origin is unknown with exactitude and its contagion is produced by respiratory tract when people cough or sneeze.

Due to this virus, in the last hours there have been various travel restrictions, also causing changes in the travel schedule and cancellations, especially in Asian destinations.

To comment on all these questions we propose an interview with:

  • Analía Polanco, the Director of Operations, to comment on the main restrictions on travel, changes and cancellations to Asia that affect companies that travel there for business.

Aervio, a growing company

In three years of activity, Aervio has managed to capture more than 200 customers, have more than 20 employees and triple billing year by year. “In the first 5 months of 2019 our accumulated billing has matched that of 2018,”  explains Santiago Montero, CEO of Aervio . The forecast for 2019 is to triple the turnover of 2018. So far the customer profile has been accounts that spend between 50 and 500 thousand euros a year in travel, but in 2019 it was decided to form a team of large accounts that has begun to capture major accounts ” This year we started with customers who spend more than 3 million euros a year,” says Montero. 

Currently, the corporate travel platform counts among its client portfolio with banks; fashion brands; engineering; consultancies; law firms; industrial customers; and of the chemical, construction and technological sector, among others.