Sharing economy, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is an economic system in which assets or services are shared between private individuals, either free or for a fee, typically by means of the internet.
When it comes to business travel, it is beneficial to understand the unique needs of your employees. For instance, do they have any special requirements for their trip? What kind of accommodation would suit them best?
Mixing business with pleasure has become somewhat of a trend recently – hence the latest buzz phrase, “bleisure travel”.
Staying connected while you travel has become a non-negotiable part of corporate travel – and, let’s face it – leisure travel too! However, with the exorbitant call and data fees many service providers charge, many travellers are wary of using their smart phones abroad.
A travel policy sets guidelines for how a company’s staff members travel. It helps to manage travel arrangements and ensures that staff members are well informed about what is expected of them when travelling for business purposes...
Travelling can be a costly exercise and can have a significant effect on a business’s bottom line, especially when it is frequent. Here are seven practical tips for minimising the cost of business travel.
As it turns out, not all online travel booking tools are created equal. Before you choose a travel system for your company, here are a few things you should know about booking corporate travel online...
Deciding whether to manage corporate travel in-house, or whether to appoint a travel management company (TMC) can be challenging. Before you decide, the experts at Corporate Traveller have put together some of the factors you should consider.
Say “Mauritius” and most people think romantic breakaways... The Mauritian capital Port Louis, however, is also a popular business destination and business travellers often find themselves on the island with a day to kill.