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New Research Shows Companies Plan to Return to In-Person Events

While business travel in the near term still remains uncertain, one thing that is clear from new research from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) is that in-person events will come back.

The GBTA reports that a majority of its companies expect their employees to return to in-person events, meetings or conferences in 2021.

Nearly half (45 percent) said that they believe these events would start up in the first half of the year, according to GBTA’s latest poll, taking place September 15-19, 2020. Twenty-five percent of employees expect a return to in-person events in the second half of 2021.

“While there is no doubt the current global uncertainty around a second wave is delaying the return to business travel, the outlook for 2021 is looking more positive with companies planning a return to face-to-face meetings and events. It is encouraging to see businesses planning their return to office in a careful and safe way”

said Dave Hilfman, the interim Executive Director of GBTA.

Read more: GBTA

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