Business travel necessities

Life moves fast. We are here to help you travel smart. We’ve compiled our favorite travel essentials to keep you on track for a smooth, comfortable journey.

1.) Roll with power

Now you can stop searching for the electric outlet at the airport and roll with your very own. The Arlo Skye Aluminum Carry-On is strong, stylish and designed to power every leg of your journey. The anodized aluminum exterior is unbreakable, the wheels “whisper-quiet” and the interior lining microbial. It also serves as your mobile charging station, with an airline-approved removable battery (which slips out with the push of a button), multiple USB ports and built-in surge and short circuit protection.

2.) Scan on the go

Travel paper-free. The IRIScan Anywhere WiFi allows you to scan anything, anywhere—with no need for computer or bulky cables. The portable scanner works on any type of document or business card and comes with a built-in battery, color display panel for instant scan preview, SD and USB card slots and even a WiFi button for fast wireless transfer of your scans.

3.) Shiny steps 

Your reputation shines. Your shoes should too. The Downtown Shoe Supply Co. travel-size show-shine kit guarantees you are putting your best foot forward at all times.  The handsome brown travel case contains two brushes, sponge applicator, polish, shoe horn and microfiber shine cloths.

4.) Wrinkle-free

Travel can take a toll on your clothing. Always keep a wrinkle release spray in your carry-on for a clean, sharp look.  A spritz will remove wrinkles and static cling, while eliminating odors and refreshing your fabric.

5.) Get organized

Phones, pens, chargers, cords, business cards…You have much to keep track of during your travels. The Grid-It organization system uses elastic bands to keep all your devices in one secured place. No more searching through multiple pockets or digging in the bottom of your bag for loose gadgets. The adaptable bands allow for storage of different-sized “stuff” and are a godsend for quickly removing electronics when passing through airport security.