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Can you give me a definition for the term "business tourism"?

The tourism industry can be divided into leisure tourism and business tourism. ICCA uses the following definition for business tourism: "Business tourism is the provision of facilities and services to the millions of delegates who annually attend meetings, congresses, exhibitions, business events, incentive travel and corporate hospitality". Please note that as is the case for many terms in the meetings industry, there is not one commonly used definition.

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