6 Travel Related Icebreakers for Business Meetings

We’ve all had those awkward business meetings. You’ve traveled across the country for a sales pitches or networking gathering and sit in a large room with a dozen other unfamiliar faces. Especially if you’re the meeting organizer, initiating some icebreakers to relieve the anxiety can be the difference in producing a successful trip.

To break the ice at a sales pitch or networking meeting, […]

By |March 29th, 2016|Business Travel|1 Comment

How to Fold a Suit Jacket for Packing (with GIFs)

If you travel often for business, chances are you’ve experienced the headache of trying to pack a suit in a way that will keep it clean and crisp upon arrival.

In the GIFs below, we’ll teach you a space-saving, wrinkle-free way to fold your suit jacket and pants so that it fits nicely in your carry-on bag. No extra hanging suit […]

By |October 7th, 2015|Business Travel|6 Comments

Productivity Tips: Working Away From the Office

Working in the business world, you may find it necessary to work on the go. For some, you may find yourself more often in the air than on the ground. For others, it is more the exception than the norm. But the bottom line is when you are away from the office, you not only […]

By |October 2nd, 2015|Business Travel|1 Comment

Business Dinner Etiquette That Impresses

Exceptional Business Dinner Etiquette Opens Doors

You are going on your first business trip to meet with an important client or prospective employer. You’ve managed to make it through the initial meeting with only mildly sweaty palms. Then, just when you thought you could loosen your tie and relax, you’re invited to dinner.

Your business dinner […]

By |September 30th, 2015|Business Travel|14 Comments

Infographic: Trends for Global Business Travel Spend

Globally, business travel spend will reach an astounding $1.25 Trillion by the end of 2015. That’s trillion with a “t” for business travel alone, not counting personal travel. Clearly, businesses continue to see the value of meeting in-person.

The growth is especially strong in China, which is forecast to grow 61% by 2019. Other emerging countries expecting to reach […]

By |August 21st, 2015|Business Travel, Travel News|0 Comments

Best Men’s Dress Shoes For Traveling

The options in men’s dress shoes right now are more plentiful than ever before. If you are smart about the few options that you buy, you can travel well in style in no time flat.

The Case for Traveling with Comfortable Dress Shoes

It used to be that men were regulated to only 2 options, a basic dress shoe […]

By |August 6th, 2015|Business Travel|2 Comments

Packing List For A Stress-Free Business Trip

When it comes to traveling for business, you can take some simple steps to stay ahead of the game. Preparedness and planning are you best weapons. With a well thought out, but simple plan of attack, it’s easy to avoid a large number of the plights and pitfalls that many travelers fall victim to.

When packing for […]

By |August 5th, 2015|Business Travel|4 Comments

Five Tips For Filing Expenses

So you’ve just returned from a whirlwind trip full of meetings, dinners, and taxi cabs. You probably have a bunch of receipts from your trip, and you know you’re going to have to file your expenses soon. This can be a daunting task, but the good news is, there’s ways to make this easier. Here […]

By |June 22nd, 2015|Business Travel|20 Comments

Surviving Business Travel

We all love traveling for fun – seeing family or friends, exploring new cities or relaxing on the beach. But when we’re traveling for work the thought of packing, airport security and flying feels much more like a chore. Odds are, you’ll have to travel for work at some point for a conference, client visit or company meeting. […]

By |February 12th, 2015|Business Travel|1 Comment

Save Money By Combining Business And Leisure Travel

One of the travel trends that have been increasing in popularity over the past few years is the merging of business and leisure travel. As younger professionals begin traveling for work, they’re increasingly adding a couple of days of leisure travel, in a phenomenon some have dubbed “bleisure” (we really hope the name doesn’t stick). […]

By |September 16th, 2014|Business Travel|2 Comments
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