If you are new to the world of corporate transportation, you probably have a lot of questions. The problem is that each executive on your team likely has their own preferences for travel. Add to that the various company policies that you must comply with, and changing travel regulations, it can be difficult to nail down the perfect itinerary. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
Category: Corporate Transportation
Business travel used to be a very cut and dry matter. In most cases, businesses had stringent guidelines for booking travel, occasionally limiting your options to only service providers that were within their trusted network. Today, business travelers are younger and have a different idea of what business travel should look like. They are actively changing the dynamic of how we think of travel for business. Here’s how: Read More
Throughout most of the year, travel by civilians is relatively limited. However, during the summer, travel ramps up while kids are out of school. This can make scheduling travel for business executives a lot more challenging. Flights fill up faster, there are long lines, and airports are simply more crowded. Here are a few tips to make summer travel easier on your executive team.
The ride from Connecticut to JFK is traveled by tens of thousands of flyers every single year. It is one of the easiest routes to your summer travels if you live anywhere near NYC. However, LaGuardia and Westchester both get their fair share of travelers from Connecticut as well. Here are some of the pros and cons of taking the Connecticut to JFK route in a private car this summer. Read More
2018 is set to be another big year for corporate travel trends. We already see some trends taking shape, and some continuation from the last few years as companies become more self-aware and more contientious of how they are using their resources. It’s no surprise that private car services are a big part of this movement. Here’s why: