Globetrender’s free report on The Future of Business Travel has been produced in association with Business Traveller magazine and American Express Global Business Travel.
The Covid-19 pandemic is causing huge disruption across the business travel industry but Globetrender’s research offers pragmatic and inspiring insights into emerging consumer trends that you can act on now.
Globetrender’s report on The Future of Business Travel not only explores nine trends defining the future of business travel over the next 12-18 months (from Automated Gateways to the Caring Economy), but six pages of data and infographics revealing findings from a survey of more than 2,000 business travellers worldwide.
No one needs to be reminded that business travel has been decimated by the global Covid-19 pandemic, but what this report reveals is how the business travellers of tomorrow will be responding and adapting.
Interestingly, for example, just over one in ten corporates have been travelling throughout the crisis in spite of restrictions, while almost 50% are either travelling now or expect to be by the end of the year.
Of course, well-being is now a major concern, with health and safety now ranking as equally important to price when booking a trip.
That said, the resilient, mission-driven mindset of the business traveller is revealed in the data: it shows that the majority of people are either completely or somewhat confident about travelling on business again. Only 13% are not confident at all.
Running at 46 pages, The Future of Business Travel also shares case studies, interviews and expert predictions from a range of powerful industry experts.
Prepare your clients and your business by downloading The Future of Business Travel (free).
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