CEO’s spend a significant amount of their time traveling between major airports. All this travel cuts into time they could be spending with family, answering last-minute calls and emails, or just relaxing. The truth is that for many CEO’s, a professional chauffer is well worth the cost because it opens up more time to take care of important matters. Here’s how you should be calculating your ROI on business travel: Read More
Category: Corporate Transportation
When it comes to public transportation, everyone seems to have a pretty firm grasp of proper etiquette. However, in the world of private transport, there are often many questions about what is appropriate.
Whether it’s a corporate transport event or a private party, there are a few simple rules you should keep in mind. Read More
Private transportation services exist to make your life easier. When it comes to traveling and seeing the world, the worst place to be is stuck on a crowded bus or waiting at the airport for a ride. That’s why so many private transportation services now exist to pick you up at a scheduled time, driving a luxury vehicle, and taking you directly to your destination with fewer stops and less down time along the way.
Outlining a well-defined travel and expense policy can be difficult, especially if you are dealing primarily with executive travelers. Executives typically enjoy autonomy in their work environment and make many decisions on their own without seeking approval first. Thus, implementing a travel and expense policy that requires extra checks and balances is challenging, but it can be done with the full support of your executive board for best results.
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In order to create a well-defined policy, you will likely need input from the people who are traveling most. By including them in the policy drafting process, you can ask direct questions about their travel experience and get a good idea of what issues need to be addressed. You will also gain buy-in for the new policy by being inclusive in the early stages. Read More
The concept of a managed travel program is not entirely new to the business world, but its application for small and mid-sized businesses is relatively new. There are a number of reasons a company could choose to create a managed travel program, but most often they are looking for increased control over travel expenses and better insight into how their travel money is being spent. Managed travel programs streamline the travel process by providing employees with simple choices and automated tracking.