Peter Greenberg

Peter Greenberg

Travel Editor for CBS News and Preeminent Travel and Tourism Industry Expert

Why Peter Greenberg?

You want an award-winning travel reporter who will discuss the new rules of the road and share savvy tips to navigate travel challenges.

Your audience needs to learn more about our interconnected economy and how global, national and regional moves impact international business.

He reveals how to fine-tune business travel to increase profitability.

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About Peter Greenberg

An Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter and producer, Peter Greenberg is the consummate insider when it comes to reporting the travel business as news. He is best known as the travel editor for CBS News and the author of the New York Times best-selling "Travel Detective" book series. Travel Weekly named him one of the 33 most influential people in the travel industry, along with Al Gore and Sir Richard Branson. In 2012, Greenberg was inducted into the U.S. Travel Association's Hall of Leaders.

Well known for his award-winning investigative journalism on the world's largest industry, Greenberg provides the latest on how travel impacts international business. He provides unique insight on global operations and the interconnected economy, pinpointing pitfalls and opportunities from supply chains to outsourcing and from customs to culture. When it comes to reporting the travel business as news, no other journalist brings his level of expertise and experience to the travel process.

Greenberg is the author of multiple best sellers, host of a nationally syndicated radio show, and creator of one of the premier travel news sites in America. He also hosts the The Royal Tour series on public television, which features heads of state as his tour guide, ranging from the King of Jordan to the president of Mexico. Delivering humor and up-to-the-minute insight on the travel industry, from airlines to hotels and more, the distinguished journalist and speaker shares with audiences the art of effectively getting from here to there.

One of the most traveled people in the world--only five others have more airline miles than he does--he has seen it all.


  • The Interconnected Economy and its Impact on the International Travel Business
    Peter Greenberg has more than 11 million miles of worldwide travel experience under his belt, with unprecedented insight on trade, health, tourism, globalization, cross-cultural marketing, and human rights. Greenberg offers your audience an insider's perspective on these interconnected business and economic issues and how they might immediately affect your organization.

  • The Travel Detective
    Best-selling travel author Peter Greenberg has covered thousands of stories in hundreds of countries in his many roles as travel editor for CBS, nationally syndicated radio host, contributing magazine editor, and host of The Royal Tour series on public television. Greenberg takes audiences on a voyage around the world, sharing entertaining stories and insights from his travels to the hottest destinations and from the farthest, most exotic reaches of the earth.

  • Putting on the Ritz to Build a Better Business
    A large measure of success in the hospitality industry is defined by great customer service. Peter Greenberg has studied the hospitality industry for decades. He knows what works for the consumer in both the luxury and the budget markets. In this instructive business session, Greenberg talks with leaders from the hospitality industry to reveal better ways to provide exemplary customer service and ensure a stronger business.

  • The Coming Apocalypse of Air Travel
    Few industries have more impact on the global community than airline travel. Peter Greenberg offers his expert, forward-thinking macro-analysis of how the airline industry is rapidly changing the way we travel, how we travel, and how much we travel, especially as mergers and route consolidations shrink service to cities and force business to slash corporate travel.

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