Pursued for nearly five weeks, TripActions on Wednesday declined to answer basic questions about its own survey. That's not something you often see in this line of work.
Republished by some trade publications, the findings included that millennials see travel as a job perk and don't care about loyalty programs; it takes more than an hour to book business trips for four in five travelers using corporate booking solutions; and half don't use tools furnished by their employers.
TripActions has used these and other claims in its extensive marketing on LinkedIn and elsewhere.
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