Summer is long gone in the rearview mirror and end-of-year business is picking up. As we get into the busy time for travel, we’re taking a look at what business travelers are looking for this season. Unsurprisingly, those who travel for work want more comfort, less stress and the ability to maintain healthy habits while on the road.
You may have heard of ecotourism, a movement that has been around for decades. Now, as more and more companies are making a conscious effort to embrace eco-business travel, it’s more than just a hip trend.
Life on the road, or in the air, for business travelers is often a juggling act. Between work, family, friends, personal hobbies, staying healthy, and everything life throws at you, it can be difficult to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Travelers often feel stress, anxiety and a toll on physical health.
It’s been reported that airlines have ordered tens of billions of dollars worth of new planes from Airbus and Boeing, after the aircraft manufacturers unveiled new models at the Paris Air Show. But hybrid and electric aircraft also caught the airlines’ eyes…
Not every city gets a TV show named after it so it's no wonder that Dallas revels in its larger-than-life reputation. But behind the whip crackin', barbeque smokin', open carryin' exterior, there are a ton of layers to discover in Texas' favorite city.
One of the key things any traveler should attempt to master is the “art of packing.” Here are a few simple steps to help make packing easier for your next trip.
The days where sales people spent all their time traveling by train or car to sell directly to customers have almost completely vanished. Now, people in the corporate travel industry are asking questions like “How prevalent will biometric technology be when it comes to travel?” Business travel is always evolving to provide travelers more enjoyable and efficient experiences.
For those who frequently travel for work, jet lag is simply a problem that comes with the territory but there are many ways to cope with it in order to minimize its effects on your mind and body.
Imagine that your boss just called to tell you that you need to make a presentation to a key client– next week. Sound overwhelming? Follow the business traveler journey to see how technology and your Travel Manager can simplify your trip.
When you go on a trip, it’s easy to forget to pack important items or tie up loose ends before you board the plane. Make sure you review this checklist to be sure you have everything you need for an enjoyable trip.
We've all dreamed of making it in New York... Here are a few pointers to make sure your next New York business trip goes off without a hitch.
If you’re a frequent business traveler, you’ll be used to a busy schedule with little consistency or routine – so staying healthy can be a challenge. Creating healthy habits now is going to make a big difference in the future