Whether you travel regularly for business or you just like to consistently jet set for pleasure or leisure, the following are 5 things you need to have as a frequent traveller:
If you’re travelling to Dublin on business, then chances are that you only have a day or two at most in Dublin itself.
However, considering Ireland’s reputation for boasting beautiful countryside and magical landscapes, you are probably going to want to get out a bit and see what everyone has been harping on about.
Luckily, Dublin is located in Ireland’s eastern coast which is characterised by emerald green hills, charming villages, mountains, waterfalls and beaches. All of these things are easily accessible from Dublin itself and you are bound to be able to fit in a trip to one or more in a short stay.
So be sure and get your chauffeur driver to take you to see at least one of the following places near Dublin:
Transport is a system used to move people or goods from one place to another. There are various modes of transport including air, rail, sea and road. Arriving in a strange city, especially after dark, can be a challenging enough experience at the best of times. One of the things you can do to make it a lot easier is to pre-arrange a private airport transfer. If you forget to do this, then your other choice is public transport. Although there is nothing wrong with public transport, it is quicker and more efficient to have your travel arranged before your arrival. This is especially important if your flight gets in late and public transport is is no longer operating for the night.
There is a scene in the opening act of Hamlet, where Polonius is saying farewell to Laertes, which gave rise to the modern maxim that “clothes make the man.”
The essential meaning behind this saying is as true today as it was in Shakespearean times. While the way a man dresses is no true indication of his character, people still perceive that it is.
If you care about creating a good impression, a well-chosen suit can go a long way toward establishing a good reputation before you even utter a word.
The workplace in most medium-to-large corporations is now a global one. It is not uncommon nowadays for people to fly across the world to attend a meeting, something that would have been rare just a decade or two ago. More often than not nowadays you don’t need to book a flight, rent a hotel and pay for a executive chauffeur you can just have virtual meetings
Clearly it’s important that business meetings should be conducted as efficiently as possible, so the meeting doesn’t disrupt travel plans or cause other inconveniences.
These tips will help you plan and conduct an efficient meeting.
Airport lounges are the calm oasis amidst the busy storm of human traffic found inside most major airports around the world. Access to the lounge is usually offered as an incentive to purchase first or business class tickets. But what if you want the perks without the price? That’s the question this will answer.
We live in an age where technology is so advanced that the need to business travel has massively decreased. Technology with the likes of Google Hangout, Slack, Skype and a host of other digital mediums has made it quite unnecessary. No longer do we have to travel to a different office, area, region, or country in order to conduct business. This can now all easily be achieved through a screen.
That said; there are certain things that just can’t be achieved with the use of technology and the need to travel for business is still very necessary for millions of businesses. Sometimes some of us need to get on the plane grab a chauffeur and get to the meeting.
Although you might see travel as an added expense, the following are some of the reasons why travelling for business is still super important in this digital age…
The main characteristic of a business trip is that it’s usually short. That means you won’t normally need to take much when packing for this sort of trip.
Many business travellers do, however, make at least one of two common mistakes. The first is bringing a lot of unnecessary business paraphernalia with them, and the second is overdoing it with pre-flight duty free purchases. Have no fear though as these mistakes, and some helpful advice, will be covered in the following list of tips to make light work of packing for your business trip.
Every executive knows that a good game of golf can relieve stress, invigorate health, and provide an excellent social environment for closing deals and making contacts.
If you’re travelling in Ireland on business, even if it’s just for a few days, get your chauffeur to bring you for a round (or two) of golf. Besides, where else than the “Emerald Isle” does it make more sense to get out on the greens? However, Ireland has a wide range of golf courses to choose from with some providing a much better game than others. Therefore, in this article, we’ll take a brief look at the top 10 courses in Ireland (in no particular order), to give you the best chance of making the right selection.