While there are many cost reduction strategies that can be applied to an organization’s travel program, for small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) the secret to success, is knowing what the best strategies are and how they can be applied to your individual business.
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It was great to see some of clients last month at our Corporate Client Appreciation Nights in Vancouver and Toronto. It’s always great to mix, mingle and talk about the future while enjoying a few bevies. We’ve put together some photos from both events and wanted to share them with you. Thanks for a fun night and we look forward to connecting with you again … Continue reading
Flying may be one of the safest forms of public transport, but travelling long distances in a pressurized cabin can affect the body in different ways. With a little preparation before the flight and a few precautionary measures during the flight, long-haul business travellers can arrive at their destination feeling as fresh as ever. We’ve put together some health tips to help make the transition … Continue reading
In the past when air travel was in its infancy, business travellers use to dress up in their formals to take a flight. Today, it’s all about comfort and convenience. Which is why airport lounges are becoming more popular and offering new services every year. On my recent visit to India, I had a chance to try out the Plaza Premium Lounge both at the … Continue reading
Forward planning is the key to cost – and time – efficient travel during peak times. During the 2012 London Olympic Games, the city’s transport system will have to support an estimated 20 million extra trips made by spectators (ref: Olympic Delivery Authority). A total of 8.8 million tickets are available for the 16-day Olympics and a further two-million tickets have been released for the … Continue reading
Lengthy airport queues could soon be a relic of the past as the aviation industry moves to overhaul check-in systems and requirements. Airlines throughout the world have turned their attention to the humble airport check-in counter to deliver time-saving new benefits to business travellers and, in some instances, to shift customers from face-to-face to online services.