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New Study From GBTA Looks at Millennial and Baby Boomer Business Travel

A new study conducted by the Global Business Travel Association Foundation (GBTA), shows some surprising differences about the way Baby Boomers and Millennials book business travel. The study surveyed more than 500 North American business travelers and examined how they make bookings for business trips, with particular focus on hotel bookings revealing differences between types of travelers based on age and the size of their organization.

For more on the study’s finding, click here.

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