In today’s landscape of global business, travel is essential to build relationships, land deals and work with clients located all over the planet. But business travel can sometimes be a bit of a hassle, because while it does allow you to make those much-needed connections for your company, it can also put you behind on some of your day-to-day tasks and responsibilities. After all, it’s not always easy to check email, proof reports and submit expenses while you’re in transit.
Category: Corporate Transportation
Whether you’re flying into LaGuardia Airport to visit New York or the New England region, there’s one thing you’ll likely need at some point during your travels — an airport hotel. More or less just a place to snooze before catching your flight or driving to your destination after a long journey, airport hotels can range in quality, price and purpose. To make your booking decision easier, we’ve put together a list of six hotels near LaGuardia Airport that we recommend. Read More
Once your plane has landed, you’ve made it through the crowded terminal and you’ve retrieved your luggage, you might think your journey is over, but there’s still a big travel decision looming in your future. How are you actually going to get from the airport to your final destination?
If you’re flying into JFK in New York City and your end destination is Connecticut, you have a few ground transportation options.
Travel is a regular part of the business world. Attending trade shows, meeting with investors, and negotiating with suppliers, your professional responsibilities will likely take you away from your home base. The last thing you need to think about is the financial burden of an employee’s delayed trip or lost luggage that contains company property. Read More
As we wrap up the first quarter of 2019, it’s time to check in with this year’s biggest corporate travel trends. This year is shaping up to be a big year for corporate travelers, and many new technologies are changing the way companies book and plan their travel. Here’s what we expect to see going forward: Read More