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International business Travellers

Posted by on January 17, 2014 – 01:20 pm

International business Travellers

Tube/Bus - Grab an Oyster card and use the travelcard option if travelling a lot (1 day or 7 day) which allows you to pay a flat fee for unlimited train or bus journeys instead of topping up as you go (which may work out more expensive in the long run). Train - If your business is outside of central London, then you may be better off catching a train. National rail allow easy access to areas outside of London from Paddington, Victoria and many other stations and the Eurostar operates out of Kings Cross St. Pancras which allows travel to Paris and…

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International business Travel itinerary

Posted by on April 27, 2014 – 06:18 am

International business Travel itinerary

Available in FOUR editions: Expense & Budget TRACK Expenses SET Budgets CALCULATE Tips and Meal Cost Splits CONVERT Currencies Expense tracking that s ideal for the business traveler, but flexible enough for going on holiday. The budget feature is perfect for a family vacation, or for a business project. It s international, with built in real-time currency support and a bonus currency calculator. You can even use the tip calculator when you re not traveling. more Itinerary: PLAN STORE MANAGE SHARE REVIEW Plan and manage your travel itinerary…

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Dayton International Airport business Travelers Center

Posted by on March 7, 2014 – 05:00 am

Dayton International Airport business Travelers Center

The Dayton International Airport makes travel planning and reservations as easy and convenient as using the Airport. To purchase airline tickets and make hotel and rental car reservations, please visit the Booking Agent. This tool provides all the information travelers need to plan any trip and is especially helpful for business and corporate travelers. For those checking on the status of an inbound or outgoing flight at the Dayton International Airport, the convenient navigation tools on the left side of the screen (Arriving Flights and Departing…

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Best airline for International business Travel

Posted by on March 7, 2014 – 11:04 am

Best airline for International business Travel

In the first guest blog here at TheAviationWriter.com, we invited Jonny Clark, founder of Welcome to Swiss, the simply sophisticated airline, with a seat that has been copied by many airlines such as Brussels Airlines and Austrian Airlines too, proof of the successful cabin they have created. Stepping aboard you feel like you are in a set for the film The Single Man; wooden veneer, deep warm greys and stunning modern design touches make everything feel like they have a place and purpose. Clean dining and drink options match the environment. Whilst…

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Packing list for International business Travel

Posted by on April 21, 2014 – 07:57 am

Packing list for International business Travel

Austin’s climate in the spring is perfect for just about any outdoor adventure. In February, the temp is around 65 – 75 Fahrenheit but can be much cooler in the mornings and evenings so layers are key! The city is a melting pot of people, flavors and flare from across Texas, L.A. New England, the Midwest, Mexico, etc. – truly making it a city of happy, laid-back individuals. From biking, hiking, food trucks, walking the city, UT, shopping, bar hopping in the sun, wineries, tacos, $1 mimosas, BBQ, crazy night life and great accents – springtime in…

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Center for International business Travel

Posted by on May 6, 2014 – 08:02 am

Center for International business Travel

Pacific Rim Education Program (PRIME) Planning and Observer Travel PRIME (Pacific Rim Education) is a required experiential learning program for 200+ first-year Marshall MBA students that is comprised of an eight-week-long course (GSBA 580), culminating with a field study trip to Pacific Rim destinations. In 2010, the six destinations were: Hong Kong/Shenzhen, Bangkok/Hanoi, Beijing/Shanghai, Moscow, Sao Paulo/Buenos Aires, and Tokyo. PRIME improves awareness and understanding of economic, institutional, and cultural issues pertinent to business…

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Documents needed for International business Travel

Posted by on May 12, 2014 – 02:28 pm

Documents needed for International business Travel

International travel can be a grand adventure, all right. But managing all the required documents and visas can make even the most seasoned business traveler feel out of their element. Visa guidelines are often buried somewhere and can be easily forgotten – rush orders are pricey and stir-up unnecessary stress for everyone involved. Enter the new Concur App Center integration from CIBT. When you sign up to use CIBT’s services integrated with Concur they’ll notify your employees proactively when they book travel plans which require travel documents…

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International business Travel deductions

Posted by on February 2, 2014 – 12:48 pm

International business Travel deductions

By Lori Shrout, Manager, Gumbiner Savett Inc. Do you plan on mixing pleasure with business on a trip this summer? Maybe you plan to stay a few extra days after the business is done, or bring along family members? From a business travel tax planning perspective, keep in mind this basic concept: The primary purpose of the travel must be business-related. Otherwise, you could forfeit valuable tax deductions. If you stick to the business itinerary, you can write off most of your travel costs – even though you may spend part of your time on personal…

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