Now more than ever, the pharmaceutical industry stands at the forefront of global business, determined to traverse across international borders in pursuit of prosperous and innovative business opportunities.
Picture this: You arrive in a different country on an important business trip. You take a taxi to your hotel, settle into your room comfortably, and suddenly, disaster strikes. You could not have seen it coming, but for now, you find yourself stranded in the middle of a critical situation in an unknown country.
Catastrophic natural disasters, horrific terrorist attacks, and worrying medical crises took home all the news last year, underscoring travel risk management strategy as a major point of emphasis for businesses in 2018.
Modern technology, for all its controversies and misuses, has been particularly instrumental in streamlining the business travel experience. With inventive mobile travel apps, mobile technology may not solve all of your problems, but it may provide solutions to the issues business travelers can’t seem to get off their back.
Conventional wisdom looks at the classic business traveler with pity, as a personification of stress and sleep-deprivation, perpetually unadjusted to the revolving door of ever-changing time zones, language barriers, and dubious airplane food items.
New researches by Business Travel IQ show that no matter how strict your travel policy is, business travelers will make the choices they want, regardless of their company’s policy restrictions. While strict travel policies may propagate greater awareness, it does not mean they really work.
Basic Economy, Economy Premium, Business Class, First Class… buckle your seatbelts and enjoy the guide!
Boomers, generations X, Y, Z ... and now "millennials". Generations follow one another with different aspirations and needs in their daily work life. The business travel sector is no exception. Explanations on the expectations of this new generation of corporate travelers.
The recent surge of yellow fever cases in South America has become a headache for business travelers. Travel managers must stay well informed about new immunization requirements being imposed by certain countries in the region. Travelers may have boarding or immigration entry denied if they do not comply with these new yellow fever requirements.