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Managing the psychological effects of travel disruption

29 Mar 2016 by Tom Otley

Recent terrorist outrages have focussed attention on traveller safety, and also the effect travel disruption has had on frequent travellers.

Business Traveller in association with ACTE (the Association of Corporate Travel Executives) is seeking input from travellers and corporate travel buyers to understand how terrorism and safety threats has changed attitudes to business travel.

By completing this 10 minute survey, you can help us understand the impact of events and threats on travellers around the world.

To participate in the study please click on the link below:

SURVEY

All respondents have the chance to be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad and we will also make a donation for each completed interview towards a nominated charity. 

If you choose to provide us with your contact information, you can receive an advance copy of the research findings if you wish to see them.

Please note that individual responses are strictly confidential and all responses will be reported in aggregate.

Please note also that this research was planned before the recent Brussels attacks.

Thank you, in advance, for sharing your feedback

Tom Otley

Editorial Director

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