Corporate travel is part of the worldwide tourism industry’s segment of business tourism. The corporate element of this business tourism makes for special types of travel, travelers, clients, and intermediaries. Corporate events and incentive travel constitute the majority of corporate travel, with many possible varieties of organized events. Corporate travelers can be groups as well as individuals. Company travel clients can be corporations or nonprofit associations. Finally, intermediaries can be traditional travel agencies, but are increasingly corporate travel agents or travel managers. These occupy a special position between the demand of corporate travelers and the supply of the accommodation and transportation industry.

Corporate travel is an aspect of business tourism. Some differentiate between business tourism, which involves an international trip lasting more than one day, and ...

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