How Corporate Travel Is Learning From Leisure

Posted on July 27, 2016

After a few days of talking to corporate travel executives and members of the travel industry that cater to business travelers at this year’s GBTA Convention in Denver, one thing is abundantly clear: Travel management companies are working hard to move business travel closer to the leisure travel experience.

Whether it’s travel management companies focusing their efforts on refining online booking tools, or greater connectivity with services like Uber and Airbnb, players in corporate travel are trying to create a more friendly business travel environment — and get more travelers to stay in policy in the process.

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Related Topics: business travel, corporate travel, Global Business Travel Association, industry trends, leisure travel, mobile applications, research and trends, TNCs, Uber

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