Mobile Dependence: A Growing Trend in Business Travel

According to our stats, smartphones and tablets are slowly placing themselves in between water and food as top necessities for business travelers. It makes sense. Being on the road is simply made easier and more manageable by these tools that allow us to stay connected but are these mobile devices taking up too much of our time? Check out our infographic below to see how dependent you are in comparison to other road warriors!

Mobile Dependence: A Growing Trend in Business Travel
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