Definition of Business Travel
The definition of business travel is travel by any covered individual or covered employee of a company outside of their normal routine job duties associated with their current occupation anywhere in the world while on assignment by or at the direction of company’s for the purpose of furthering the business of the company. Such travel shall begin when the covered individual leaves his/her residence or place of regular employment for the purpose of going on such trips, whichever occurs last, and shall continue until such time as he/she returns to his/her residence or place of regular employment, whichever occurs first.
Business tourism is the provision of facilities and services to the millions of delegates who annually attend meetings, congresses, exhibitions, business events, incentive travel and corporate hospitality" Here are some examples of business traveler. A person who has sent by the company working holiday but main reason of visit is work. An employee who often sent by the company and travels every week or two and return. An air cabin crew, Embassy, Military and Merchant Navy.
Meeting/Conference is when the meetings, conferences and events are held by companies or corporate organizations for profit segtors, which is combine with e.g sales conferences,product launches,management meetings,training courses,business presentations,Annual General meetings.
Exhibitions – The event is organised professionally to assist the meeting of buyers and sellers in a cost-effective manner’. This includes those events staged by professional associations, which organise their own exhibitions. Exhibitions can be further defined according to the market which they target; that is, whether their visitors are trade or public: Here are some examples of some of the exhibition held.
Trade exhibitions are those exhibitions aimed primarily at those working within a particular
trade sector. Visitors are usually required to establish their bona...