If your last business trip involved a 4am wake-up call, a 6-hour flight with a 2-hour weather delay and a hair-raising hotel transfer through the streets of Accra, then congratulations, you’re a business travel Road Warrior.
Booking travel for groups and incentives can be tricky. Coordinating multiple travel requirements, itineraries and diaries isn’t for the faint hearted. That’s why you need to bring an expert on board! With Corporate Traveller Groups and Incentives, we can help you with...
In a world where security concerns have become commonplace – even in destinations not normally affected by incidents or turmoil – your company has a legal and moral Duty of Care to keep you safe.
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.
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.
Your employees, managers and even your travel management company need to adopt your Travel Policy and adhere to it. Here are 5 top tips to get your staff to use and comply with your Travel Policy.
Emirates is the only airline to have come up with a workable solution after the US and UK issued a ban on certain electronic devices, including cameras, on flights from certain hubs in the Middle East.
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.
Experience a rich piece of history with modern-day comfort. Located adjacent to the fabulous V&A Waterfront, this hotel occupies a historic 19th-century building overlooking Table Bay and the city's iconic landmark, Table Mountain.
In an unstable global market, there are some positives for the corporate traveller. From favourable hotel rates, to the race to satisfy the millennial traveller...
We’ve carefully compiled an infographic on a few business travel tips to keep in mind for your next trip to Nigeria. See facts you didn't know about one of Africa's most popular business travel destinations.