As an entrepreneur just starting out, drafting and implementing an expense policy is probably not high on your list of priorities. Even though you’re probably more interested in growing your team or acquiring new users, it’s important to spend some time thinking about the future, too.
Business travel sounds like a great deal. You get to visit new places and enjoy the local cuisine, all while someone else is paying for it — it’s like a free holiday!
When your company is performing well, that’s reason enough for celebration — but it’s also important to always stay ahead of the curve. You might be expanding internationally sooner than you think, and when that happens there are a lot of things to take into account.
Almost every company incurs travel costs for business trips and other work-related driving. Especially the latter can quickly stack up when you’re dealing with lots of employees who are constantly hitting the road — and that’s exactly why there are mileage allowances.
We spend more time in planes than ever, and the business travel industry rapidly changing on all fronts. Let’s take a deep dive into the trends that will dominate the coming year.
The world is getting smaller every day. Thanks to lower flight fares and new, digital communication tools it’s never been this easy for businesses to expand their international efforts. It might be limited to just a couple of meetings abroad per year, or it could be opening multiple offices on the other side of the world - bottom line is that
At Spendesk, we dedicate ourselves to helping companies by taking the hassle out of expense claim payment management. We've developed innovative and secure solutions so that your employees can make payments with ease because we know that payment methods can get a bit... whimsical. Here's a selection of the worst procedures we've come across.