In recent weeks, the world has finally reopened its borders to foreign travelers, an event that is particularly eagerly awaited by business travelers, who are keen to meet their clients and prospects again. At the end of last year, OpinionWay and Corporate Mobilities published the results of the fourth wave of the Business Travel Observatory in France and abroad, carried out for AXA Partners, Les Entreprises du Voyage and the ACCOR Group. This study already gave the business tourism industry a glimpse of an optimistic future. But if travelers are determined to get back on the road, new expectations are emerging, particularly in terms of security and responsibility.
While waiting for international borders to reopen and travel to resume, Chabé has continued to develop its international network with audited and trusted partners in 100 countries, in order to accompany its clients with the same level of service and in compliance with health regulations, each time.
“Despite the context, and thanks to our teams mobilised 24/7, we were already able to serve our customers in nearly 40 countries around the world last year. Whether for one-off requests or for events involving up to 300 vehicles, we always pay the same attention to the safety of our passengers and the quality of our services,” explains Nivin Salem, the Group’s international Operations Director. “Thanks to the links we have forged with our partners, we are more than ever ready to accompany our customers as they resume their trips and to continue to offer new destinations according to their needs.”