How can I complete this sentence? Which is the right verb?

I am out of the office because I'm...

-having a business trip in Venice.

-taking a business trip in Venice.

-.... .

Thank you.

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You could also just make it a postmodifier: I'm in Venice [on business/for business]. "On business" sounds more natural and replaces "on a business trip".

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