Environmental concerns, budget cuts and time constraints have led a quarter of UK SMEs to swap overseas business travel with alternative means of communication, according to an independent survey commissioned by Skype.
What does OBT stand for?
OBT stands for Overseas Business Travel (UK)
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We have 35 other meanings of OBT in our Acronym Attic
- Orange Baboon Tarantula
- Orange Bitey Thing (P.murinus Tarantula)
- Orange Blossom Trail
- Order of British Templars (Canadian temperance lodge active in the 1860s and 1870s)
- Oregon Ballet Theatre
- Organic Buyer Targeting (trademark of netPRpro, Inc.)
- Organically Bound Tritium
- Out by Time
- Oven-Baked Tradition (Canada)
- Overbed Table
- Oxton Bar & Terrace (UK wine bar)
- Ohio Business Teachers Association
- Ontario Baton Twirling Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Orange Blossom Tennis Association (Orlando, FL)
- Oregon Business Travel Association
- Old Babylonian Text Corpus (reference)
- Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference
- One Body Transition Densities
- Offboard Targeting Experiments (aviation)
- Outer Banks Task Force (North Carolina)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In an age of corporate mergers, downsizing and cost-effective global communication, there is less of an emphasis on overseas business travel, and less travel means less face-to-face interaction.
Consider stockpiling flu-fighting medicines, especially if overseas business travel is essential.
PHILADELPHIA -- Company Growth Reflective of Significant Increase In Overseas Business Travel Trends International SOS, a privately held company based in Singapore and London with a regional office in Philadelphia, PA, announced end of the year figures that illustrate the company's tremendous growth.
9, 2003 International SOS Sees Fortune 500 Clients Taking Steps to Address Global Security Risk For Overseas Business Travel Assignments On the eve of the second anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, International SOS, the world's largest medical and security assistance company, says that corporate America is not retreating from doing business globally, but rather taking prudent steps to address global security risks through information and emergency response preparedness.