The latest in a recurring survey by the Global Business Travel Association showed growing optimism among corporate travel buyers regarding their colleagues' willingness to travel.
Seventy-five percent of 290 buyer members from around the world last week indicated their companies' employees were "very" or "somewhat" willing to travel for business "in the current environment," according to a Thursday GBTA statement. That was up from 65 percent in April and 55 percent in March and February. The result straddled 50 percent during the prior three months. The sample size during the timeframe ranged from 290 to 448 . . .