October, the tenth month of the year, is springtime in the Southern Hemisphere and autumn in the Northern. Not only for weather, but for travel as well, October is favourable month across the world.
It’s quite clear that corporate travel, received a big blow during the pandemic, returning slowly than leisure, as international travel lag domestic.
Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic brought global travel to a halt, conferences and trade shows, which account for a noteworthy volume of business trips, became virtual. Business Travel’s return would be thoughtful and client-centric. It will define how businesses spindle to operate in the new normal.
These conditions are temporary though. Conferences and other industry events have begun their comeback, which will speed up hopefully since this month. The subsequent scale and shape of these staples of corporate life are uncertain.
The new business travel will be well-organized, more reasonable and simplified by advanced technologies, hence less frequent.
October, being the month in between World Tourism Day celebration in September and World Tourism Mart, London (WTM), to happen in November, adds immense value.
Enjoy reading till we meet next month!