The Global Business Travel Association in 2019 generated record revenue in excess of $26 million, up 13 percent year over year. Expenses increased too, though at a lower rate, producing a net result of about $2.4 million. That nearly doubled the association's coffers to more than $5 million coming into 2020. GBTA shared the financial info during a Monday business meeting, when it also announced two new board members.

"Two thousand nineteen was a good year — that’s not surprising," said GBTA interim executive director Dave Hilfman. "This year is going to be obviously a . . .

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