Travelling for business has become a commonplace in today’s professional environment. It plays a major role in the global economy as it supports the production of services and goods. The proliferation of business trips has an impact on work/life balance, transportation services and infrastructures. Business mobility requires specific services and produces specific patterns. Within companies, corporate mobility regimes frame employees’ behaviours. This study investigates the impacts of business mobility on transportation hubs, corporate management and travel patterns. The objective is to lead to a better understanding of the challenges, competing values and motivations of business travellers and corporate travel managers.