I’ve had the good fortune of traveling the world for business. I’m not one of those travelers who have only seen the airport, the backseat of a cab, and a white-washed hotel room.  In the hundreds of cities around the world I’ve visited, I get out and experience it…whether it’s a new city or my own backyard!  I’ve been to the theater in London, had the best Uruguayan wine in Montevideo, taken a Segway tour of San Diego, shopped my way through Hong Kong, added a love lock to the Hohenzollernbrucke bridge in Cologne, and had my own personal New York vs. Chicago pizza throw down (I won’t tell you who won!)

That’s why TripCase works best for me!  It allows me to mix business with pleasure, in one easy itinerary view, and now with my company using TripCase Corporate, I can let my corporate travel manager know where I am, even when I have to book segments outside of our program.

How you ask? It’s easy! My account associates me with my company, so now when I send a segment to trips@tripcase.com or manually add a segment to my TripCase trip, I simply click the box next to “For Business” and I’ve given permission for TripCase to share that with my travel manager.  She’ll see the segments I want her to see in order to keep me connected and safe on an easy-to-read dashboard.  Even better, trips that are automatically imported into my account from my travel agency or my company’s online corporate booking tool are already marked as business. Magic!

Now, don’t think for a minute I always explore alone!  When my coworkers travel with me, I share my itinerary with them so they know what I have planned and can come along for the fun.  They’ll receive a notification that I’ve shared my trip and have a timeline view of my itinerary in the “Following” tab of the app. I can also set up my colleagues, family, and friends as “Always Share” contacts-perfect when you want to keep your Administrative Assistant in the loop or just taunt your sister with all of your adventures!

TripCase is the place my trips live and I hope yours do too…now get out there and explore!