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Why one needs to go on a business tour?
A business trip is a trip undertaken for work or business purposes regularly commuting between
one's home and workplace.Primary business tourism activities include meetings, and attending
conferences and exhibitions.
Reasons for a business tour
The necessity to conduct business travel may have many reasons.
Visiting customers or suppliers
Meetings at other company locations
Professional development and attending a congress.
Market or promote a new or an existing product
Visiting project site for evaluation
Compared to regular tourism, business ones involve a smaller section of the population, with
different motivations, and additional freedom-of-choice limiting constrains imposed through the
business aspects. Destinations are much more likely to be areas significantly developed for business
Business tourism includes primary and secondary activities. Primary one are work related, and
included activities such as consultations, inspections, and attending meetings. Secondary ones are
related to tourism and include activities such as dining out, recreation, shopping, sightseeing,
meeting others for leisure activities. While the primary ones are seen as more important, the
secondary ones are nonetheless often described as "substantial". Business tourism can involve
individual and small group travel, and destinations can include small to larger meetings, including
conventions and conferences, trade fairs, and exhibitions.
Business tourism can be divided into:
Traditional business traveling, or meetings - intended for face-to-face meetings with
business partners in different locations.
Incentive trips - a job perk, aimed at motivating employees.
Conference and exhibition traveling - intended for attending large scale meetings.
What are the benefits of business travel?
Business travel is not just beneficial professionally to one but also is beneficial in personal way. You
can enjoy a new place every time you are out for a business tour. In many cases, you may be able to
earn personal miles even if you're traveling on the company's dime. If you get fidgety doing the
same old thing every day, business travel can help keep things interesting. You might have a flight
cancelled, struggle to find your hotel in a foreign city or even have your luggage stolen. These lead to
lessons that make you a better, more adaptable person which is an added advantage of business