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Business Trip

Business travel doesn't have to be unpleasant, or just a way to rack up frequent flier miles to use when real life begins. Get tips on how to travel like a boss here. 

Travel in Canada

Canada is a country filled with classy, diverse cities, and an exquisite landscape that includes rainforest, deserts, towering mountains, tundra and so much more. Canada is a country that is so big that it makes for a beautiful road trip country; the icy tundra of the Yukon, the mountains of Calgary, rocky beaches of the east coast and the rainforests of Vancouver are just a few of the features you should look forward to.

4 Business Travel Tips You Will Be Glad To Know

With the economy gradually improving, business travel is picking up the pace once again. No matter if you are traveling to meet with clients or to attend a trade show or conference, business travel is a different bird altogether from that last family vacation that you took. 

7 things to do on your next business trip to Canada

When you think of business travel, romantic images of ritzy hotels, business class flights and executive lounges with open bars often come to mind. 

How to travel smart on business in winter weather

Traveling on business during winter months has its challenges, but with good planning and a few clever ideas from Smart Voyager, it doesn't have to be a dreaded event. Here are some ways that you can travel smarter on your next business trip:

How to Pack Like a Pro on Your Next Business Trip

Business travel is never easy, and there's definitely a reason why they call it work. But one of the easiest ways to make your load a little lighter is to pack well. Whether you are a full time road warrior or just the occasional business traveller, these expert tips for packing for a business trip will make life on the road less troublesome.

How to Prepare for a Business Trip

The longer you wait to book your travel, the more likely you are to lose out on cheaper airfares and hotel rates. In fact, procrastinate long enough, and you could lose out on airline seats and hotel rooms entirely. Make a point of setting aside your work as soon as you know the travel dates and get it booked. Your company and your sanity will thank you for having these details in place as soon as possible.

A Real Retreat: Take Some Time to Renew Yourself On Your Next Business Trip

Business travel doesn’t normally evoke images of rest and relaxation. The hours and travel can be hectic, and in these days of corporate layoffs, the politics of travelling on business can be even more brutal than the physical pace. But you don’t have to let all that stress go to your head.