Gone are the days when traveling for business was solely a burden, something to begrudgingly take on as one of the least appealing parts of your job, all the while looking forward to arriving back home again. Today, new generations of employees are taking business travel on with enthusiasm (some studies show they’re even specifically seeking out jobs that offer travel opportunities!) and new research is saying that these generations are more creative and productive while on the road.
Category: Corporate Transportation
If you’ve ever tried to go to a New York Mets game, then you likely know what a hassle it can be getting into Queens if you’re not already conveniently in the area. Citi Field definitely isn’t the easiest baseball field to get to, but if you’re determined to make a game before the season ends, here’s how to get there from Connecticut. Read More
According to a study from AirPlus International and the Global Business Travel Association, nearly 70% of travel managers say their travelers were affected by a third-party payment data breach in the past year and that they believe the risk of fraud is greater than it was two to three years ago. This begs the question, how can you protect your business travelers from data breaches while they’re on the go?
Here are just a few simple ways you can make sure your company stays safe even while working on a global scale. Read More
As a business owner or entrepreneur, business travel can get pricey, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you should reduce your business travel spend to help boost your bottom line. After all, business travel can be highly beneficial to your company when it comes to developing and maintaining long term customer relations and building your business.
While you may not be able to avoid travel expenses, one thing you can do is save all your business spending receipts as those costs may qualify as tax deductions. Then, at the end of the year, you’ll find that you save on your overall taxes due. Read More
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.