From airline delays to being up-to-date with the latest airport security regulations, business trips can cause all sorts of headaches for even the most hardened road warriors.
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Although companies will do anything in their power to keep their travellers safe, the question may arise who will foot the bill if employees decide they want to return home or if they want to cancel their upcoming trip because of a terror attack?
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When you’re working 16-hour days to keep your small business afloat and living off room service, your safety and that of your employees is probably the last thing on your mind.
For SMEs, attending conferences to network and stay up to date with trends within your industry could set you apart from your competitors. Here are five tips on how you can make the most of your next conference
If the thought of packing for yet another business trip is as painful as lugging a packed suitcase up three flights of stairs, here’s why you should ditch the excess baggage and start getting suitcase smart ladies.
Travel is an essential component of growing your business, but too often as entrepreneurs we are concerned about the pressure travel expenses will put on our cashflow and profits.
As an FCBT client, your assigned travel manager can advise you on all the aspects of your trip, giving you a range of travel options that suit your budget and travel policy and everything in-between.
Business travel should help your company grow, not be a financial drain. Flight Centre Business Travel can help manage your business travel expenses and cash flow with our range of payment options including an interest-free credit account.
Generational change, mobile technology and consumer travel habits are making an impact on the business travel experience, according to a study published today.
Working in an unknown environment while meeting your company’s expectations is challenging, and having your boss as a travel partner doesn’t make things easier. To help you deal with the added stress of travelling with your boss, Flight Centre Business Travel has put together a few helpful tips:
As companies continue to explore emerging markets in Africa, business travel has become an ever-increasing necessity for employers and their staff. While travel is essential for a company’s growth and success, it’s not always business as usual.