Airbnb links with corporate travel platform

Travel and expense management firm incorporates listings
Travel and expense management company Concur is to incorporate Airbnb listings into its search and booking tool. It will be the first time Airbnb listings appear on a corporate travel partner’s platform.
Airbnb will also be working with Concur to help companies using the social media platform to manage travel and track expenses through Concur’s TripLink travel management system.
When the employees of companies browse for accommodation, Airbnb listings will appear in their Concur search results. Airbnb says it has already seen interest from some companies to bring this functionality to their employees via Concur.
Concur customers include 70% of Fortune 100 and 500 companies, Airbnb says.
In 2016, the number of business trips on Airbnb tripled. Now, around 15% of nights booked on Airbnb are for work.


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