Smart Business Travel Tips!
Whether you’re a regular to business travel or overseas visitor, travelling for leisure is often seen as more fun than it is for work. However, with the growing market of remote workers and flexible workspaces, travelling for work has become an increasingly common part of many employees roles.
Business Travel doesn’t have to be less fun. By including a few simple tips to escape travel hiccups, you can make your flying days a breeze.
We have included some great insider secret sites and business travel tips and hacks from seasoned travellers. Here are some tips for getting you on your way and enjoying your travel at the end of the working day.
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Top Business Travel Tips!
Follow these tips and make your next business trip easier and more enjoyable
Choose a seat the same side as the position you sleep on
So a left side sleeper would choose left side window seat to help maintain a sense of familiarity on the plane. Other great seat tips from https://www.seatguru.com/
Photograph your parking spot
Late night or early morning arrivals can be rushed at the best of times. Don’t try to rely on looking for your car spot when tired. Snap a picture instead and save it into your ‘OneNote’ travel notebook. Also keep a copy of your travel documents, travel itinerary and restaurants you plan to visit. A quick way to access this information is from your mobile device and it can easily be shared with other.
Whilst photographing your car spot, use your phone to take a ‘snap’ of your license or passport in case you lose it. You may need ID during the trip and don’t want to remember you left it back at the hotel. This also can be securely stored in your OneNote travel notebook using the fingerprint security (device dependent) or the password protect features. Anything can be password protected in OneNote.
Book and save online!
Many airports and most shopping centre parking centres offer big discounts for those who book online and in advance. Valet parking is often cheaper when booked in advance compared to driving up on the day and self-parking. This is a nice little affordable luxury after arriving home late from a flight to have your car brought to you. Bonus tip! a car wash is often available from most valet services.
Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate
HydraLyte is your friend! One way to compensate for dehydration is this lovely little travel product created for keeping you hydrated and not relying on the taste of water. HydraLyte is also great for combatting jet lag!
Online streaming networks now often have ‘downloadable’ content. Netflix for example, allows users to download tv episodes to watch offline. This is great for long plane flights or during your downtime in your hotel. Microsoft surface pro or any other smaller portable devices are great as a functional device during the day and an entertainment source on the go!
Stay connected at home and work
Connect with the family or work colleagues easily using many of new and reliable streaming and instant video apps. Facetime on iPhones, Skype video, Marco Polo and other live video callings apps are now keeping families connected more than ever before. Face to face connection is a great way to stay connected to your team, say goodnight to the kids or your loved one, drop in via live stream and watch the kids soccer game or be a part of that family event even when far from home. Using the hotel wifi allows you to also save data. Its little moments of connections that make travelling that much more bearable
Keep on top of your travel plans and introduce these helpful tips into your new way of travelling Stay refreshed, hydrated and informed.
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