Business travel can be hellish to manage. With employees flying all over the world, there are flights to book, accommodation to arrange, and an endless list of miscellaneous costs and tasks to keep on top of.
Travel costs for work-related driving can quickly stack up, especially if your employees are constantly on the road. That’s exactly why you need to know about mileage allowances.
There’s always been a certain glamour to work travel. You imagine that glorious feeling of stepping off a business class flight and checking into a classy hotel lobby before tomorrow's meeting with an important client:
Let’s start with a statistic right away: travel and tourism accounts for 10.4% of global GDP, and nearly 10% of jobs. That’s enormous!
Business travel is back! The 2008 financial crisis left companies short on cash, and industry growth has been slow ever since. But the tide has turned, and companies are sending staff out on the road again. And that means that more and more team members are coming to grips with the difficult travel booking process. Because one thing hasn't
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.
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.
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