Tag Archives: business travel
Father’s Day is just around the corner, and I personally can’t wait to dedicate that day to my family. For many dads (and moms) like myself, traveling frequently for work can be challenging. While a recent survey from TripIt suggests travelers like us are at ease staying connected with loved ones while we’re away, these Continue Reading »
Who is the most important person in your working life? The person who has your back, protects you from meetings, organizes your travel schedule, plans team events, keeps the supplies stocked and more? Yes, your administrator or office manager! In honor of Administrative Professionals’ Day (today!), TripIt would like to help acknowledge the important person Continue Reading »
If you’ve ever missed a meeting because your car service was late, ended up stranded at the airport or had to dispute a charge with a shady local cab company, read on. These are the five must-haves when it comes to selecting a car service. 1) Available Worldwide: Whether you’re in New York City or Continue Reading »
Have you ever found out that you were in the same city as an old colleague, after it’s too late to make plans? Well, we have some good news. You can now share your travel plans on LinkedIn in the main network updates feed, making it even easier to coordinate plans or get suggestions from business connections. Continue Reading »
By Edith Harbaugh, Senior Product Manager Here at TripIt, we take customer feedback very seriously. Over the years, we’ve received requests for new features for TripIt for Business. And today, we’re excited to deliver to you two of the most desired features we know you’ve been waiting for: group itinerary sharing and an iCal calendar feed. Continue Reading »
Concur reveals business travel expense trends in the Wall Street Journal‘s “Expense Report Confidential.” What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever expensed? Leave a comment below.
Do you ever wonder what your fellow TripIt users look like? Well, today we announced the results of a survey that more than 3,000 of you participated in. Thanks to you, we have a pretty good idea what a 21st century traveler looks like. If this doesn’t ring a bell, here’s a little background: we Continue Reading »