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    Interview: Enjoy new levels of luxury with My Private Villas

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    With a variety of villas across a number of locations including South America, Thailand and the Seychelles, My Private Villas can offer corporate guests an experience they will never forget. Since being confirmed as a headline sponsor of the PA Life Club, Jade Burke chats to Paolo Macchiaroli, CEO and founder of the firm, to […]

    Top travel stories of the year

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    As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the travel world and up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.   How to avoid embarrassment when travelling abroad… Travel giant Expedia has published an interactive guide on international etiquette rules. Corporate Traveller’s 5-step guide to saving on business travel As […]

    International Exhibitions: Your guide to staying sane when working overseas

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    Battling through language barriers and unreliable transport when travelling abroad to get to your holiday destination can be tricky enough, let alone if your journey doesn’t end with a relaxing week off but a working trade show instead. Justin Isles, director of The Event Structure talks us through how to keep your sanity when working overseas. We […]

    Business travel the truth?

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    Business travel has become more popular in the cyber-age. This is because the effort of travelling to see someone can often mean more for professional relations than sitting at a desktop while constantly skyping in and out of meetings all day. The personal touch of travelling to a meeting is widely recognised as being a […]

    Commuting costs us an arm and a leg in lost items

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    Many of us that work in the major cities across the UK often find it easier to live outside and commute into work, rather than live amongst the busy cities themselves. In all honesty, no one really likes the commute, it’s tiring and uncomfortable  and often leaves you getting in late, if the train arrives […]

    Are work trips more pleasure than business?

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    Work trips are becoming increasingly more common for businesses in the UK with many sending their employees away for meetings, conferences and training events. But how much work actually gets done on one of these trips? Researchers who carried out a detailed study found while many employees will claim the trips are ‘all work and no […]

    Is checking your email on your commute considered work?

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    Sending work emails while commuting could be a sign of work/life imbalance, but the issue isn’t always clear-cut Commuters use travel time for work emails to such an extent that this should be counted as part of the working day, according to a study by the University of the West of England. The research, which […]

    List of Top 25 Meeting Destinations in Europe for 2018

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    London ranks number one for the fourth consecutive year, and Germany leads with highest number of cities featured. Cvent, Inc, a market leader in meetings, events, and hospitality technology, released its list of the top cities for meetings and events in Europe. European cities were previously included in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. […]

    ‘Smartphone Amnesty’: London City Airport gives holidaymakers a break from digital distraction with a Light Phone

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    With millions of Brits heading off on holiday this month, many will reach their idyllic beach retreat or beautiful city break, perhaps their only chance to unwind this year and stare at their smartphones.  London City Airport (LCY) teams up with Brooklyn-based start-up Light Phone to offer passengers a free phone which only makes and […]

    App of the Week: Uber for Business

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    Uber for Business could revolutionise your company’s ground transportation needs. The platform provides you with a central dashboard where you can manage all rides for employees or guests, giving you a clear view of all of your trip activity and automating billing, expensing and reporting. Vincenzo Ferrara finds out how easy the app is to […]