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As glamorous as going away on business sounds, the glamour element usually ends up way down the list if you’re a regular business traveller. The sad reality is most business travellers’ trips consist of spending most of their time in taxis, airports, planes, hotels and meeting rooms. If a business trip does allow a small window of opportunity to actually see the city
Travel lovers around the world have dreamed about combining their love of travel with work, but how does one make the leap from cubicle dweller to a job involving travel? With the increasing availability of internet in even the most remote of places (you can get online in the middle of hiking the Inca Trail in the Andes), it’s becoming easier and easier to combine work and travel.
There are many opportunities for finding work on the road,
With the holidays fast approaching it’s time to start looking for gifts. And we all know how hard it can be to find the perfect gift for a business person, whether they are your office friend or your spouse.
To help you find the gifts easier, we’ve included bunch of items in each of the following categories.
Music & Books
Moreover, each category is diving into “budget”, “medium” and “luxury” items, based on their price, so you can easily browse
Clinching a business deal can be nerve-wracking at the best of times – but when doing so in a foreign country it can seem like an unnecessary nightmare. That’s because every country has its own unique methods of conducting business. In addition, you’ve to negotiate the transport system, hope you’ve been booked into a decent hotel, and can actually converse with people.
So before you start hyperventilating, we’ve jotted down a few helpful pointers for doing business in Germany:
The Los Angeles International Airport, also known as LAX, and the busiest airport in California, is just over 15 miles from downtown Los Angeles. It has eight terminals and has shuttles to the major hotels near the airport.
Numerous Los Angeles Hotels provide a free shuttle to the airport and the Park and Fly programs that offer up to 2 weeks of free parking which is great whether you’re traveling on Los Angeles holidays with your family or strictly there for
This is part of a new series here at WhyGo Business Travel featuring brief interviews with people who travel for work, asking them about what they do and some of their favorite travel tips. This way, if you’re looking for a career that will require travel, you’ll get to read about people doing some of the jobs you might consider – and you’ll also learn a few great travel tips from the travel pros!
This week, we’re talking with Spud Hilton,