Monica Sanchez

Research Project Director, GBTA Foundation

Monica Sanchez

Monica Sanchez joined the GBTA Foundation, the research and education arm of the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), in 2013 as a Research Project Director. She is responsible for managing and developing Foundation partner research studies in the United States and Globally. Prior to working for GBTA, Monica worked at Experian Marketing Solutions developing consumer behavior models. Monica has more than 10 years of market research experience. Her main areas of expertise are questionnaire design and predictive modeling. She is interested in cross-cultural questionnaire design and its impact on data results. She holds a Bachelor’s in Journalism and a Master’s degree in Survey Research and Methodology from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Monica’s favorite season is the Fall when she likes to go hiking and camping with her family.

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Business Travel’s Influence On Employee Retention, Recruitment And Results

Earlier this week, the GBTA Foundation released a new study, in partnership with Sabre Corporation, focused on creating a frictionless travel experience. The study surveyed business travelers across the globe and revealed the dramatic impact business travel has on employee retention, recruitment and results.

Improving The Hotel RFP Process

The GBTA Foundation released a new study in partnership with Best Western Hotels & Resorts today that explored the Hotel RFP process from the eyes of a travel manager. A large majority (87 percent) of the travel managers interviewed have some level of involvement with the Hotel RFP process, while 56 percent say they rely somewhat or a lot on a TMC to conduct the RFP process.

A Deeper Dive Into GBTA’s U.S. Business Travel Forecast

Last week, the GBTA Foundation released our latest quarterly U.S. business travel outlook projecting just over 3 percent growth in business travel spending for 2016 and 2017. Here are three key questions we've been hearing about the forecast.