Unsurprisingly, a vaccine would make most of our readers (80 per cent) extra prone to journey, though practically as many (75 per cent) stated that travelling in enterprise or firstclass would additionally improve the probabilities of them selecting to get again on the highway.
Acquainted manufacturers are additionally set to play a component in easing travellers again into journey, with 87 per cent stating they’re prone to keep on with airways they know after they begin to journey once more, and 80 per cent prone to keep at acquainted inns.
The complete outcomes of the survey are detailed in The Way forward for Enterprise Journey Report. (Obtain totally free.)
The report highlights 9 rising tendencies that may form the way forward for enterprise journey, together with Worker Empowerment, Smartphone Centricity and Optimised Facetime.
It additionally options case research with firms together with Virgin Atlantic, in addition to interviews with main business executives similar to Andrew Crawley, chief business officer for American Specific World Enterprise Journey.
Commenting on the outcomes of the survey Tom Otley, editorial director of Enterprise Traveller, stated:
“The research we have undertaken and which is highlighted in this report shows business travellers are keen to get back to travelling. What’s causing delay is the uncertainty created by travel bans and the inconsistent measures – and messages – around testing. There is cause for optimism, but it will take concerted action by the relevant authorities for this to translate into more people travelling for business.”