Nearly Half of Companies Worldwide Have Policies to Allow Employees to Use Ride-Sharing Services for Work Travel - Composite Index Component Scores Improved for Business Travelers from Mexico, Germany and U.S.
Mobile technology continues to make it easier for travelers to manage their own travel while in-transit and the majority of global business travelers are embracing this trend, according to a new study released today from the GBTA Foundation in partnership with Sabre Corporation.
With gas prices down and more money in the pockets of Americans, Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH) reveals the findings from its annual summer travel survey, which tracks the travel habits of American leisure and business travelers.
The GBTA Foundation conducted a new study in partnership with WWStay to understand how travel programs approach their need for extended stay accommodations. This is a follow up to a 2015 study showing nearly half of U.S. international business travelers have used extended stay accommodations in the past 12 months, with 72 percent of Millennials having used one more than any other age group.
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