If you travel by air for business, you’ve probably already got your routines and systems for traveling with speed and comfort. But there’s always room for improvement, so with that in mind, here are some tips to consider.
You’ve heard the stories of people taking fabulous trips for next to nothing using travel rewards. Collecting rewards might seem like more effort than it’s worth, but travel blogger Sam Huang took a $60,000 trip around the world for just $300 using Alaska Airlines miles.
Travel is a huge part of doing business as a sales executive – a study by Oxford Economics shows that approximately 40% of prospective customers are converted through an in-person meeting, compared to a scant 16% without such a meeting. With a gap this large in conversion rates, it’s clear that business travel is here to stay.