Global Business Travel Association (GBTA)
Founded as National Business Travel Association (NBTA).
Cultivate constructive cooperation and interest among corporations, organizations and individuals participating in the business travel industry; foster and promote a thorough understanding upon the part of travel suppliers, the business traveller and corporations of each other's needs; help corporations and individuals carry out their business and strategic plans through productive, effective travel management; develop and broaden individual members' knowledge of the industry and business travel dynamics; provide a forum for members in which to network and act on matters affecting corporations, travel, and their individual interests; heighten awareness of the value of corporate travel management and facilitate professional recognition of its roles; facilitate professional advancement of members through education that develops management skills and understanding of issues; advocate and protect the interests of members and their corporations or organizations on legislative and regulatory matters; promote the safety, security, efficiency, and quality of travel in order to make it an effective instrument for the conduct of business.
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