Industry Update
External Article 9 July 2020

Is This the End of the Single Meeting Business Trip?

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skift.com

The days of traveling for a single meeting could soon be numbered as the pandemic shifts priorities and budgets when it comes to corporate travel. The lone meeting may soon be relegated to an extravagance of the past.

Sanofi CEO Paul Hudson underscored this possibility recently in an article primarily about his pharmaceutical company's race to find a Covid-19 antidote. But speaking at a webinar that discussed the impacts of coronavirus, Rosemary Maloney, global travel manager at software company Sprinklr, brought up Hudson's comment — and she agreed with it.

"The article said this was the end of the one-client trip, which I think is really true. We're going to be doing a lot of sales trips that will combine clients more, they'll be more active," she said during Goldspring Consulting's Travel Buyers Talk Task Force & Return To Travel event.

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