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Gift Ideas for the executive that has everything

Posted on: November 15th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

Many of us found themselves wit’s end trying to think of a gift for your favorite road warrior. This is particularly hard because these types of persons, usually have everything from books to efficiency-boosting gadgets and on top of that they are very hard to impress. It was hard, but the experience we have with […]

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Winter Weather Traveling Tips for the Executive Traveler

Posted on: November 9th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

If you are a business traveler, then you know that sometimes you simply cannot avoid traveling in the colder months. It’s a job thing. Unfortunately, winter months are well known for weather-related travel issues. Cancellations and delays or even the spread of illnesses like the common cold or flu are the greatest pitfalls of a […]

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Grand Care – Duty of Care

Posted on: October 26th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

According to the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), “the cornerstones of an effectively managed travel program are a well-designed travel policy and compliance.” The Duty of Care has become a central concept in assessing a company’s obligations for traveling employees, and also in protecting employees from potential risks and threats. To address security and duty-of-care […]

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A Grand Promise – Safety

Posted on: October 19th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

Licensing, insurance and passenger safety have become hot topics in the ground transport industry. Over the past two years, we’ve seen more operators really beginning to ‘show their wares’ when it comes to safety and assurance. While technological innovation and a perceived convenience at the point of booking may appear to trump these essentials, Grand […]

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What does the Travel Industry Look Like in 2017?

Posted on: October 11th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

The world of travel is moving at such a frenetic pace. To keep up, the travel industry has been really on the move to match the tempo with new technologies. It’s the world where mobile is having more and more impact on the purchasing behaviors of today’s connected traveler. So let’s take out the crystal […]

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Outsource the Routine to Make Business Travel Less Hectic

Posted on: September 28th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

The book “The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich” by best-selling author Timothy Ferris educates busy people to offload or outsource their routine to someone else. Outsourcing daily, weekly and monthly routines, allows professionals to get back to what made them successful in the first place.   Offloading the Mundane […]

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3 Tips for better Corporate Travel

Posted on: August 25th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

Corporate travel is a part of our lives that is always changing, with new technology, airline policies and budget restrictions coming in and going out. One thing about corporate travel that doesn’t seem to change is how stressful it can be. Keep reading for easy ways to improve your corporate travel experience. Make the leap […]

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How Executives Can Enjoy Air Travel

Posted on: August 25th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

Even if you’re flying first class, long flights can be an uncomfortable experience. As often as executive’s travel, it’s important that flights are as pleasant as possible. Without trying to produce the luxury experience of a private jet, let’s looks at a few ways executive travelers can improve their flying experience. Seat Selection Although you […]

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I Left My Heart (and cocktail) in San Francisco

Posted on: May 20th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

I Left My Heart (and cocktail) in San Francisco When United Airlines and the Metro Nashville Airport Authority announced a nonstop flight to San Francisco, they opened the press conference at Nashville International Airport with a trio of Victorian era carolers who sang “I Left My Heart in San Francisco”. The announcement was applauded by […]

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All Dogs on Deck: A Luxe, Canine-Friendly Cruise

Posted on: May 5th, 2016 by grandave No Comments

By Jane Stern – DEPARTURES May 2, 2016 An American Dog in London   Somewhere over the Porcupine Abyssal Plain, in the North Atlantic Ocean, it is dinnertime on the Queen Mary 2. Per the dress code for four of the seven nights of this transatlantic crossing, men are in tuxedos and women in evening […]

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