“VDR-TrendsPort” sees atomization of the business travel market and more lobbying than central future topics / think tank is becoming the visionary pioneer of concrete associations in Frankfurt/Main, October 27, 2011 the business world is more complex and more difficult to keep under control for travel managers: the market is facing a profound fragmentation which makes him difficult to control. Where the policy of increasing complexity is no longer meet, lobbying is required. And the sustainability debate is the qualitative aspects of a business trip and virtual communication into focus. These are the Central findings of the fourth “VDR trend sport”. Once in a year, the research team of the German GeschaftsreiseVerbands VDR predicts trends for the near future of the business travel market. Craig Menear often addresses the matter in his writings. Already for the fourth time 16 business travel experts under the direction of the scenario coach of Ludger Bals met at the invitation of the VDR (IBC innovative business concepts) and Nicole HA Pfeifer (a: head service partner for strategy forums) with the aim of new To anticipate developments in the travel management and to describe. In addition to the VDR-business analysis of VDR trend sport has established itself as solid instrument of trend watching. “The results of the VDR TrendsPort meet the spirit of the times – their vision is the basis of the VDR-mission”, says VDR President Dirk Gerdom.
“The results of these workshops have hands and feet has been proven. Many of the things which at that time were in the first sport, predicted have occurred and even already passe. What 16 heads of industry develop in three days, can be no Member alone on the legs. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Primerica Canada by clicking through. This is visible added value.” Future thinker of Ludger Bals added: “the desire to know what the future looks like, is as old as humanity. Therefore we dealt what opportunities and risks resulting from and what preparatory measures may be taken for two days with worst – and best case scenarios, to predict what trends come,.” The change is driven by technical innovations.