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Laptop ban: How business travellers can adapt

Many international travellers were recently shocked to hear that several airlines had put in place a laptop ban that was enforced by the US...

How to run a successful travel business in multiple countries

Based in London and Buenos Aires, Plan South America crafts one-of-a-kind adventures to some of the most remote and spectacular corners of South America...

How to disaster-proof your business trip

When you’re travelling for work, it’s never ideal to get caught out in a situation that makes you late. Whether it’s travel delays, a...

Five business travel tips to help you maximise your on-the-go and in-the-air productivity

Getting your ducks in a row when travelling can be the difference between a trip to remember, and a travel nightmare I think it...

What not to pack: The most efficient way to fly

As someone who travels a fair amount as part of my job, I’m well versed in the art form of packing luggage. The last...

How can businesses capitalise on (and avoid the pitfalls of) key travel trends this year?

Business travel can be the best way for your burgeoning business to network and make the most of opportunities both within and outside of...

Six time management strategies for work trips

Although business trips may sound exciting at first, often they are so packed with appointments that it can be hard to find time to...

What to do when you’re facing a travel delay

Whether you’re heading overseas for a family holiday, or interstate on business, a travel delay is an inconvenience at best. In fact, the mere...

Taxing times: How to take the pain out of making a tax claim on work-related travel

It's that time of year again: tax time. When the challenge of filing personal taxes is compounded by the need to sift through work-related travel expenses, it's...

Competition concerns in online travel agency market

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is calling for operators of accommodation businesses to voice their concerns about the online travel agency supermarket. The...

Airbnb expands Business Travel program

After seeing 700 per cent growth in its first year, Airbnb’s Business Travel program has expanded further. Airbnb, the world’s leading community-driven hospitality company has...

Cutting travel costs for small businesses

There is a common misperception that small businesses can secure the cheapest business travel by booking on the internet directly with hotels, car hire companies and airlines. But as time-strapped CEOs, personal assistants or in-house travel bookers spend countless hours trawling the internet for fares, running cost comparisons then booking, buying and reconciling travel expenses, are the benefits really what they seem?