To make it more cost-effective when travelling to the world’s most expensive cities, Corporate Traveller has compiled this list of handy rand-savers in five popular South African business haunts.
OR Tambo International Airport’s status as the gateway to Africa hangs in the balance as other hubs like Addis Ababa and Nairobi invest in their airport hub status.
London remains a leading destination for seasoned business travellers, however, we know that making your way to your connecting flight in plenty of time and within budget may be a challenge.
Loyalty programmes have the benefit of improving traveller satisfaction, providing additional value from hotels and airlines, and encouraging travellers to comply with the corporate travel policy of a company.
It’s tax season, and we all know what that means… Scrambling through an overloaded shoebox filled with receipts and trying to remember what your odometer reading was on on 1 March.
As 2018 looms, we predict continued growth for business travel as South African companies of all sizes are forced to look across borders for investment opportunities to counter the weak growth opportunities locally.
Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has announced that Australia will abolish its temporary work visa and replace it with one that requires better work and English-language skills.
The top five global value-adding inclusions most preferred in a hotel stay, in order of preference are: breakfast, WiFi, late check-out, room upgrades and early check-in. This is according to a recent study conducted by Corporate Traveller.
If you have a smartphone, laptop, iPad/tablet, kindle or any other electronic device (like gaming devices, scanners or printers and maybe even your camera) bigger than 16cm x 9.3cm you need to include it in your check-in luggage...
With Corporate Traveller and our unique smartSTAY offering, you can discover a tranquil oasis in the heart of the bustling business and entertainment hub of Johannesburg at the Protea Hotel Balalaika Sandton.
Linking Cape Town to the world through improved air access bodes well for South Africa’s corporate travel market, not only in Cape Town but internationally.
If your employees have to travel for business of any kind, it’s up to you to keep them as safe as possible and communicate what they need to do if an emergency situation arises while on their travels.