After five years of signing up business clients like Twitter and Pandora, Rocketrip is raising $15 million in Series C funding led by GV (Google Ventures) to keep expanding.
After implementing a managed travel program, Roivant Sciences introduced Rocketrip to incentivize travelers to do better than policy.
Over the past year, Rocketrip more than doubles their enterprise client base, demonstrating that Incentivized Behavioral Change scales to the world's largest organizations.
Rocketrip was named one of the "Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America" by Entrepreneur Magazine's 2017 Entrepreneur360 List for mastering a balance of impact, innovation, growth, and leadership.
Direct Travel partners with Rocketrip to further Incentivized Behavioral Change within corporate travel.
Rocketrip and International ISOS integrate to improve duty of care tracking.
Rocketrip, the global leader in Incentivized Behavioral Change was recognized for driving innovation in corporate travel.
For the second consecutive year Rocketrip was named to Crain's list of 100 best places to work in New York City.
Rocketrip brings Incentivized Behavioral Change to the corporate travel industry to change how employees think about spending on business trips.
Leading organizations including music platform Pandora Media, healthcare firm Mckesson Corp and logistics company Prologis turn to Rocketrip for Incentivized Behavioral Change technology.
Rocketrip and Balboa Travel announce partnership allowing Balboa to leverage Rocketrip’s incentive platform to help drive savings for clients.
Entrepreneur recognizes Rocketrip as a brilliant idea for disrupting the travel industry by rewarding employees when they save on business travel.
Rocketrip takes a different approach to enterprise selling and decided to build evangelism with their ultimate end-users -- employees.
The New York-based startup has set out to help female students get started on a path toward becoming ‘full-stack’ business intelligence analysts.
"To be blunt, there’s a lot of friction in corporate travel programs; there’s not a lot of give and get," said [Jason] Cesta. "This is an opportunity to do a little bit of a give."
Incentives platform Rocketrip has achieved integrations that span the business travel workflow.
Forbes looks to Rocketrip's work with G.E. and Twitter for examples of how behavioral economic principles could improve financial literacy.
Rocketrip has expanded its partnership with Concur, the leading provider of integrated travel and expense management solutions.
Rocketrip is featured in Buying Business Travel's analysis of the "massive opportunity" for innovation in the corporate travel space.
Rocketrip's CEO Dan Ruch is featured in the New York Times Corner Office interview series.
In the past four quarters, Rocketrip has added leading brands such as GE, Edmunds.com, and Twitter to its customer list.
A profile of how Rocketrip is helping businesses save on travel by incentivizing their employees to spend less on business trips.
Rocketrip Insights is the most comprehensive travel analytics tool on the market. It turns thousands of trips and spending decisions into a clear, complete picture of corporate travel.
Rocketrip has been named to the Crain's New York Business 100 Best Places to Work list.
Buying Business Travel on the release of Rocketrip Copilot, the first tool to reward travel bookers for finding affordable flights, hotels, trains, and rental cars.
An increasing number of companies are reducing their travel costs by incentivizing employees to spend less on their trips. Skift magazine profile two Rocketrip clients who have introduced rewards programs into their travel management.
TechCrunch coverage of Rocketrip's $9 million Series B funding round.
Rocketrip's Dan Ruch talks to TravelPulse about how companies can motivate their business travelers to spend less on trips, and how those business travelers can spend less time stuck at the airport.
Skift magazine interviews Dan Ruch about flexible, cost-effective travel management, and calls Rocketrip's progressive approach "a win-win for business travelers and their employers."
Rocketrip's analysis of Q1 2016 spending found business travelers reduced their companies' average trip costs more than $300.