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Is spousal business travel really a good idea?

Is spousal business travel really a good idea? | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Not everyone agrees that taking their spouse along on business travel is a good idea. Some people don’t want their spouses anywhere near them on business trips. Most companies allow spousal business travel as long as it does not add any expense, but that policy is not universal.
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Overused inspirational travel quotes - Tag Along Travel

Overused inspirational travel quotes - Tag Along Travel | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Is it time to retire these overwrought and overused inspirational travel quotes?
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Am I too old for hotels targeted to millennials? - Tag Along Travel

Am I too old for hotels targeted to millennials? - Tag Along Travel | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Brands such as the Moxy Hotel target millennials with a stripped-down experience that's high on style. Here's what it was like to stay there as a Gen-Xer.
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Review: Briggs & Riley Commuter Expandable Spinner - Tag Along Travel

Review: Briggs & Riley Commuter Expandable Spinner - Tag Along Travel | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
The Briggs & Riley Commuter Expandable Spinner carry-on delivers practical features that will get you to your destination with minimal stress and max room.
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LinkedIn Etiquette Guide 2017: 20 Do’s & Don’ts #Infographic

LinkedIn Etiquette Guide 2017: 20 Do’s & Don’ts #Infographic | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
LinkedIn expert Melonie Dodaro has provided an updated list of LinkedIn etiquette tips and guidelines.

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Top 11 Signs You Are a Frequent Business Traveller - Tag Along Travel

Top 11 Signs You Are a Frequent Business Traveller - Tag Along Travel | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
If you're a frequent business traveller, chances are you can put a checkmark behind several of these characteristics.
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52 percent of travellers swayed by Facebook photos

52 percent of travellers swayed by Facebook photos | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it

In this infographic, WebpageFX takes a look at how social media and mobile technology impact travel, as well as how travel brands can use social media to reach more customers. Among the findings include the travel plans of more than 52 per cent of Facebook users being inspired by their friends' photos on the platform. According to the research, the top holiday inspiration sites are Facebook, followed by TripAdvisor, Twitter and Pinterest. Social media also plays a key role during a trip, with 72 per cent of consumers posting photos on a social network while still on holidays. This increases to 76 per cent upon returning from a holiday. Find out more.


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5 Things About Bangalore

5 Things About Bangalore | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Whenever I visit a new city, I always notice how it's different and the same as my own. Here are 5 things about Bangalore.
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First-time travel the biggest memory burner

First-time travel the biggest memory burner | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it

Most people remember their first major travel experiences, be they local or abroad. But the results of a recent study show just how much of a memory burner our introduction to travel can be. According to the survey, which was commissioned by Booking.com, nearly two in three (63 per cent) people remember their first travel experience better than their first date, while an even greater number (both 67 per cent) recall it more than making a new friend or their first day of school. The research also reveals just how much people look forward to their initial trip, with first-time travel deemed more exciting than the first day of school, a first date or a first job. Booking.com also found Australia to be the number one planned international destination for single travellers. Find out more.


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5 Things I Noticed In Venice, Italy - Tag Along Travel

5 Things I Noticed In Venice, Italy - Tag Along Travel | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
The best thing about travel is discovering differences in culture, trends, and landscape from place to place. This is what I noticed in Venice, Italy.
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5 innovative concierge apps for luxury travelers - A Luxury Travel Blog

5 innovative concierge apps for luxury travelers - A Luxury Travel Blog | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Internet enabled smartphones have been around for about a decade, and in that time the more forward-looking travel industry players have spared no expense or effort to offer increasingly tech-savvy consumers ways to access compelling content and services. It seems that every year brings a wave of new trends, promises and innovations, most in the …

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"It seems that every year brings a wave of new trends, promises and innovations, most in the form of mobile websites and of course, apps. A glance at recent tech developments suggest that 2017 may be the year of the concierge app..."
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Alaska Airlines launches Free Chat service for in-flight messaging

Alaska Airlines launches Free Chat service for in-flight messaging | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Alaska Airlines' passengers can now send messages using iMessage, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger for free on the carrier's Gogo-equipped aircraft.

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Spouse Plays Support Role On Tag-Along Business Travel

Spouse Plays Support Role On Tag-Along Business Travel | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
A spouse tagging along makes life easier for the business traveller because it's like having a personal assistant.
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20 things I've learned from being married to a frequent business traveller

20 things I've learned from being married to a frequent business traveller | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Based on being married to a frequent business traveller for more than a decade, here are my top observations and tips on how to make it work.
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Happy spouses of business travellers share these 5 characteristics

Happy spouses of business travellers share these 5 characteristics | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Did your spouse just become a road warrior? Is your new love a business traveller? It might work out okay if you have these 5 characteristics.
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How to Organize Your Life For Easier Business Travel - Tag Along Travel

How to Organize Your Life For Easier Business Travel - Tag Along Travel | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
A few adjustments in your lifestyle and habits can ease the strain of frequent business travel and make it much more manageable.
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What To Do On A Business Trip Tag-Along to Krakow

What To Do On A Business Trip Tag-Along to Krakow | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
From free walking tours to exploring the archaeological remains of the underground medieval city, there's lots to do in Krakow on a business trip tag-along.
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The perfect hotel stay has just been revealed

The perfect hotel stay has just been revealed | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it

What makes up the perfect hotel stay? Well, it turns out there’s a formula for measuring just that, and most important to an ideal stay by a large margin is cleanliness and comfort. According to the formula, which was based on research compiled by Hotels.com, a spotless and comfy hotel are 36 times more valued than a delicious breakfast, luxury pool, or in-room espresso bar. Following cleanliness and comfort in importance are helpful staff, which in a win for face-to-face communication, proved ten times more important than free WiFi. Lead researcher and consumer psychologist, Dr Simon Moore, said the data shows the direct link between high-value hotel factors and unconscious, basic human needs. Find out more.


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How To Use Twitter Chats

How To Use Twitter Chats | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
There are Twitter chats for just about any subject. They are perfect for travel inspiration. This how-to guide will get you started.
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Tourism supports 1 in 10 jobs

Tourism supports 1 in 10 jobs | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it

Travel and tourism generated one in 10 of the world's jobs in 2016 as the sector grew by 3.3 per cent, sprinting past the global economy for the sixth year in a row. The stats come from a new report by the World Travel and Tourism Council, conducted in conjunction with Tourism Economics. It researches the economic impact of travel and tourism impact on a global level, for 25 regions and 185 countries. According to the research, travel and tourism grew by 3.3 per cent in 2016, generating US$7.6 trillion worldwide, which is 10.2 per cent of the global GDP when the direct, indirect and induced impacts are taken into account. The sector supported a total of 292 million jobs in 2016, which is one in 10 of all the jobs in the world. Find out more.


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It's Time to Rethink the Travel Instagram Aesthetic

It's Time to Rethink the Travel Instagram Aesthetic | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Can you imagine being the junior PR person vetting requests for big hotel chains and travel companies? People amass themselves a few thousand followers — l

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What part of the hotel experience is the most talked about on social media?

What part of the hotel experience is the most talked about on social media? | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Consumption and relaxing are the most popular activities that hotel guests will post about on social media, rather than ranting about staff.

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Responding to TripAdvisor hotel reviews – the good, the bad, and the ugly

Responding to TripAdvisor hotel reviews – the good, the bad, and the ugly | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
When responding to reviews, some hotel managers hit the nail on the head, and others miss the mark catastrophically. Here, we discuss some real world examples.

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Airbnb Packing Tips -

Airbnb Packing Tips - | Business Travel With Spouse | Scoop.it
Following these packing tips for staying at an Airbnb or another vacation rental will make your stay stress-free and comfortable.
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Travel is the secret to true happiness, Booking.com finds

Global research commissioned by Booking.com has revealed that travel gives us such an emotional boost, we consider planning and going away on holiday more vital for our happiness than other big life occasions.

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