— The best destinations for elite-level travel agency groups include:Milwaukee is among the top five destinations for group travel agencies in the U.S. according to a new report.
It was a result of an exclusive ranking by Travel and Leisure magazine.
The study found thatMilwaukee ranks fourth among the 50 largest metropolitan areas with a group travel industry workforce of over 12,000.
The report ranks Milwaukee as the second-best destination for group travelers and fifth for travel agency growth in the past 10 years.
It is also one of the top cities in the country for business travel.
The ranking is based on the industry’s total number of employees, annual revenue, average annual gross receipts and total number, employment and revenue growth.
Milwaukee ranked first for group revenue growth, with a 5.5% increase in 2017, the most recent year for which figures are available.
The Milwaukee-area business community has been a leading destination for the travel industry since the city was founded in 1914.
Milwaukie ranked sixth for the number of business travelers, up 2.5%, in 2017.
It has been the city’s leading destination since it was established in 1947.
It ranked eighth in the Midwest for the growth in business travelers from 2011 to 2017.
Milos travel agency grew by 14% in 2017 and the business traveler workforce was up 7.4%.
Milwaukee has the second largest business travel industry in the United States, with more than 4,000 employees, according to the report.
The top four locations were in Columbus, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Indiana.
The city’s ranking is also notable because it is not included in the annual rankings by the U,S.
The U. S. TWA ranks cities on a 10-point scale from best to worst.
The travel industry has experienced a significant growth in recent years, according the report, which was based on data from the U and the National Association of Travel Agents and Brokers.
The group’s membership doubled to 2.4 million in 2016 and increased to 2 million in 2017 alone.
The report ranked the top destinations based on four factors: growth in number of travel agency members, growth in group membership, growth of gross receipts, and growth in gross receipts for business travelers.
The ranking was based solely on travel agency gross receipts in 2016.