101 - 250 employees
Series C
eCommerce & Marketplaces
Enterprise Software / SaaS

Lola.com Company Overview

The best way to book and manage business travel, Lola.com is the new business travel initiative from Paul English, co-founder of KAYAK. Led by CEO Mike Volpe, previously CMO at HubSpot, Lola.com makes every facet of corporate travel easier.

For the business travel manager, life is simpler with quick onboarding, transparent spend reporting, easy to use travel tracking tools, and the ability to create a travel policy everyone uses and loves. For the business traveler, a modern app experience allows easy flight and hotel booking, team destination sharing, loyalty points from the actual hotels and airlines, and 24/7 agent support. For the executive assistant, the Book-on-Behalf feature lets you easily book travel like a boss for your boss.

Experience a travel management tool that works for employers AND employees.

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In addition to working with some of the best talent around, joining the Lola.com team gives you access to some sweet benefits:

Health & financial wellness

Lola.com provides full health and dental coverage and makes contributions toward health deductibles, commuting expenses, and a 401K.

Build your personal brand

Lola.com wants everyone to thrive and grow. Part of our commitment to our employees is a program of bi-annual reviews and regular 1:1 employee/manager feedback sessions to help each person progress in their own career path, at Lola.com and beyond.

Balance

Lola.com makes sure our hard-working, hard-charging team is fueled up, fed, and re-charged in both mind & body. From our imaginative pantry of healthy snacks, to meditation coaching and hobby talks, Lola.com makes sure we stay well balanced.

Flexible work schedule

Lola.com’s unlimited vacation and flexible work programs keep us doing our best work.

Have your say @ Lola.com Mosh

We keep things fresh by gathering the whole company off site every month for Lola.com Mosh. We celebrate milestones, award spot prizes, share progress, voice new ideas, try things out, and hear from awesome speakers in tech, innovation, and startup culture. Mosh is our ♥ and soul at Lola.com.

Serious fun

We take our fun pretty seriously, so bring your A-game. Lola.com’s annual Boston wide company scavenger hunt and amazing competitions turn into legendary company parties in our very own nightclub, complete with bar, mood lighting, and DJ booth.

One Financial Center (OFC)
Boston, MA 02110

Blog

August 13, 2020
  As a finance leader evaluating corporate travel software, robust travel policies are one of, if not the most important criteria. To maintain agile operations, you don’t want to have to approve every single booking. This will simply hold up your travelers, and create more work for you. How can you be agile while still knowing that your travelers aren’t overspending and bookings trips out of your company’s travel policy?...
August 6, 2020
  The virtual corporate card is a recent fintech development that is revolutionizing how agile startups and small businesses spend and save. These futuristic debit and credit cards are an essential tool for mastering the art of end-to-end spend management....
July 30, 2020
  In order to manage spend in real time, many companies turn to complicated and restrictive controls. Though rule sets and per-person spending limits may seem like the right solution for business spend control, they actually create new problems for companies and get in the way of growth....
July 24, 2020
  Corporate cards nowadays offer a plethora of reward perks and benefit points, but it’s hard to distinguish which programs are going to actually deliver the most value to your company. Thankfully, we’re here to help! We’ll help you understand all the ins and out of perks and points and what you should be looking out for as you check out different cards....
July 21, 2020
  Ah, expense reports. *sigh*. Employees don’t like creating them, and finance teams certainly don’t enjoy pouring through them, or worse, reprimanding employees when they make out-of-policy purchases. Despite the headaches they cause, the expense reporting process is just an unavoidable part of conducting business, right?...