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What Will Business Travel Look Like This Year?

Madhu Unnikrishnan
February 18th, 2022 at 1:28 PM EST

Photo credit:  Airline Weekly / Edward Russell

This week, Accenture’s Emily Weiss, global travel lead, and Scott Davidson, managing director-travel industry, talk to host Madhu Unnikrishnan about how different business travel may look when it returns. If the pandemic has taught the travel industry anything it’s the “art of the possible,” Weiss noted. Will digital nomads offset the slow return of business travel for airlines? And just how promising are eVTOLs in solving the urban mobility conundrum? Listen to this week’s episode to find out.

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