GBTA Foundation Releases 2016 Achievement Report

As the GBTA Foundation continues its mission to provide world-class educational programming and leading industry insights to the business travel profession, we thought you would be interested in learning more about the Foundation’s work over the past year through the 2016 GBTA Foundation Achievement Report. This report highlights the remarkable achievements of the Foundation, and how contributions made by GBTA Foundation partners have impacted the business travel industry.

Highlights from the 2016 Achievement Report Include:

  • New partnership for the Global Leadership Professional® Program with University of Virginia’s renowned Darden School of Business;
  • Introduction of Peer-to-Peer educational programs at GBTA Convention;
  • GBTA Digital Resource Library exceeding 1,800 Resources;
  • $350,000 in scholarships awarded;
  • New outreach efforts on business travel sustainability, including a new Sustainability Self-Assessment Tool;
  • And much more.

The GBTA Foundation Board and staff remain committed to providing education, resources, and research that deliver value and drives positive change. We are thankful to the many industry leaders who have invested to meet the increasing global needs of business travel professionals and encourage you to join us in this quest.




Daphne Bryant
Executive Director
GBTA Foundation


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New Reports introduced in 2016

  • Site Sourcing Technology: Valued and Desired Features
  • Cross-Departmental Collaboration: When Event Planning Meets Marketing
  • Assessing the Prevalence and Value of Travel Insurance and Assistance Services
  • Traveler Satisfaction: Exploring the Generational Divide in Business Travel
  • Hotel Technology Study: How Do North America-based Business Travelers Use and Feel about Hotel Technology?
  • A Mobile Effect: Setting a Clear Mobile Travel Strategy
  • The Digital Business Traveler: A Survey of Business Travelers in North America, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the Nordic Countries
  • Single-Use Virtual Accounts: State of the Industry
  • Extended Stay Accommodations: What Travel Managers Need to Know
  • Rental Car Rewards: A Look at Ground Transportation Loyalty Programs in the United Kingdom and Germany
  • The Mexican Business Travel Industry: Business Travel’s Impact on Jobs and the Mexican Economy in 2015
  • Valuable Vendor Contract Add-ons: Prioritizing + Communicating = Saving
  • Booking Behaviour: The Business Traveller’s Perspective – A Survey of Business Travellers in the United Kingdom, Germany, and France

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