Today’s technology of the week: Foursquare city guides. Here are all the details… What is Foursquare City Guides? I think most of you would have heard of Foursquare but, if not, it is a website and app that brings together restaurant recommendations, hotel picks, must-see places and loads of other useful advice for people travelling […]
Travelodge has been around for 33 years, and so it’s a well-known brand BUT not a brand that many people REALLY know – it’s grown and changed almost unrecognisably since it became Britain’s first budget hotel chain in 1985 and we bet it’s not the Travelodge you think you know… TLQF (Travelodge Quick Facts) 546 […]
With all the extra queuing involved these days, having to fly for business doesn’t always seem like the great adventure it once did. However, with a little preparation, the time you spend in the air can be some of the most productive of your working week. There can be a lot of standing around, waiting, […]
Today’s Technology of the week: Hipmunk. Here are all the details… What is Hipmunk? Hipmunk is a website and app that helps you plan travel from searching for flights and hotels to airbnb apartments, ground transport and everything in between. What does it do? There are a lot of search engine based website and apps that help […]
At the recent Assist Travel event we were lucky to have Tae Lee, the founder and CEO of Travo talk to our delegates about the future of business travel and the millennial traveller. He covered a lot of interesting points and I thought it would be useful to share his video with you today. I […]
A few weeks ago I asked you to send in your best travel tips – and well loads of you did! Thank you, thank you! I knew you had some great tricks up your sleeves! Here are your business travel tips… Travel Apps Sign yourself and your boss up for “Tripit Pro” travel App. It is […]
Over the last few months I’ve been thinking about how to get you lovely lot more involved in the blog. I put out these posts every few days and I get some great comments and feedback and it is pretty obvious that you all know a thing or two about being assistants. There are roughly 7,000 […]
Over the last few weeks I have been writing about the four steps of business travel, firstly I published waving goodbye to your Exec. The second step was Delivering your Exec to their destination and the third step was managing your Executive while they are on the road. Today I will look at the final step: Getting your Executive home.