A recent survey reveals the shifting shape of corporate travel: an increase in bookings, a switch to low-cost carriers, and a focus on new technology.
Bookings and spending continue to recover, international travel narrows the gap on domestic travel, and economic concerns eclipse COVID-19, even as higher expectations prevail for 2023
Business travel momentum threatened as industry is challenged with staff shortages.
New GBTA poll shows business travel recovery remains strong while emerging issues challenge accelerated recovery.
New GBTA research brings together industry and external stakeholder insights to benchmark perceptions, priorities, and actionable opportunities for more sustainable business travel.
While leisure travel is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels this year, business travel – the hotel industry’s largest source of revenue and will take significantly longer to recover.
U.S. Travel Association Quarterly Business Travel Tracker also revealed that top reason for travel uncertainty was that meetings and events are not occurring.
An analysis conducted by the San Diego State University found that in-person meetings have undeniable advantages over virtual options.
Nearly two-thirds of business travelers say increased virtual work negatively impacts workplace productivity and culture.
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