by Andrew Sheivachman, Skift
It’s easy to picture a U.S. business traveler as a grizzled road-warrior crossing the country for days at a time, looking for business in cities across the country.
A research report from the Global Business Travel Association and American Express Global Business Travel, conducted by Rockport Analytics, paints a different picture: short trips, often by car, to visit clients in nearby cities.
Overall, the report shows that domestic U.S. business travel isn’t growing much despite a relatively strong economy.
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