Business travel can be one of the most stressful or stimulating aspects of executive life; it all depends on how well prepared you are. After the early jetsetting buzz has worn off, business trips can quickly become hard work, long-haul drudgery. Constant travel is demanding and exhausting, but it can also be enriching and endlessly stimulating.
So how can you maximize the value of business travel for yourself and your business? What can you do to make the experience less draining, ease some of the frustration and generally improve its effectiveness?
It's all about knowing:
- how to travel in comfort
- how to get an upgrade
- the quickest route from the airport to your destination
- what to do if you fall ill while abroad
- how to find the right hotel
- how to make the best use of your time away (including delays)
- how to make your hotel room work for you
- how to avoid those frustrating experiences with laptops and modems
A collection of tips, tricks of the trade, and anecdotes from the travel-wise, this guide aims to help make life easier, richer and more enlightening for road warriors everywhere.
From planning a stress-free business trip to making the best use of all your time away, The Financial Times Guide to Business Travel is the definitive travel companion for the global executive.
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