Is Europe Open for Business Travel?

With reopening marching forward, many organizations are looking to get their team members back on flights and back to in-person events where they can network, close deals, highlight products and more.

But what’s the status for traveling for business to Europe? What does your organization need to know?

Sarah Dandashy, host of MarketScale’s Say Yes to Travel, weighed in.

“Well, the short answer is it’s actually been open pretty much this whole time — throughout the pandemic. You just need to have proof that you were actually traveling for business.

Now, there are a couple of different technicalities when it comes to that. Certainly now, as Europe has opened up for leisure travel, it has made it a bit easier in that you don’t actually have to have proof that you’re necessarily traveling for business. You just have to have proof of whether you’ve been vaccinated or of a negative COVID test.

Obviously, a lot of this depends on where you are traveling to in Europe. So, keep in mind, depending on the destination, every country has different rules.

Also, if you are going to Europe and you start at one country and you need to travel to another country, you also need to do your research, as every country has its own set of requirements.

Once you return to the United States, you have to have proof of a negative COVID test to come back, whether you have been vaccinated or not.”

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