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Skift recently hosted the Business Travel and Future of Work Summit. Download the post-event report to learn from industry experts on travel buyer priorities in 2021 and beyond.

This sponsored content was created in collaboration with a Skift partner.

Before the pandemic, the multi-trillion dollar business travel sector was set to experience a dramatic digital transformation. The pandemic only accelerated these critical shifts. Now that we’re moving into a post-crisis world, what will corporate travel look like as companies, both large and small, continue to embrace tech solutions, and the future of work becomes increasingly digital?

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To answer some of these questions and hear from the experts leading the way, Skift hosted the Business Travel and the Future of Work Summit on April 21, 2021. The event brought together Skift editors and research analysts, along with special guests to discuss the future of work and business travel, as well as how travel can best service the rapidly changing needs of companies.

In this downloadable report, Skift and CLC Lodging partner to recap the event’s key insights and learnings. You’ll hear from experts both in and outside of the travel industry as they discuss travel buyer priorities in 2021 and beyond.

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In this report:

  • Explorations of the issues that are top of mind for travel buyers
  • The evolution of travel management companies in 2021
  • Technology’s role in the future of business travel
  • Current usage of digital health passports and what role they’ll play in the future

This content was created collaboratively by CLC Lodging and Skift’s branded content studio, SkiftX.

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Tags: clc lodging, corporate travel, digital health passports, digital technology, hospitality, remote work

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