Theoretical and practical assumptions of the business travelorganization. Lithuanian case

Alina Katunian1, Jolita Variakojiene2, Lina Zirnele,3
1, 2, 3 Vilniaus Kolegija, University of Applied Sciences
Katunian, Alina (Vilniaus Kolegija, University of Applied Sciences)
Variakojiene, Jolita (Vilniaus Kolegija, University of Applied Sciences)
Zirnele,, Lina (Vilniaus Kolegija, University of Applied Sciences)
Theoretical and practical assumptions of the business travelorganization. Lithuanian case
Turystyka i Rozwój Regionalny, 2020, vol., nr 13, s. 59-66

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business trips business tourism MICE Lithuania


The aim of this article is to analyse the theoretical and practical assumptions ofthe business travel organization. Development of the business tourism and growth of thebusiness trips was mainly influenced by the development of the international business.Nowadays business tourism is in a great request, business travellers book a lot of tourismservices, for instance: accommodation, transportation, insurance and other services. Differentcompanies have different approach and capabilities towards organization of the business trips:organizing through tour operators, self-organizing by the employees, organizing by the tourismprofessionals employed in the company. The article reviews the tendencies and represents theLithuanian case of the business travel organization.


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