The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has prompted many companies to figure out how to operate in a post-pandemic world. But one central question still hangs in the air: How should modern business travel look?
According to McKinsey & Co., corporate travel dropped by 71% in 2020 — with no expectations of an immediate return to pre-pandemic levels. Travel activity, it seems, won’t return to where it was for at least another few years, according to a separate study.
Some level of travel hesitation is understandable. Virus rates are rising in many places, and safety protocols are evolving to meet the needs of the moment. Even before new variants began to take hold,
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