Business travel is of enormous importance in today’s professional life. In order to guarantee a smooth and perfect process, you need a good organization and ideally a strong partner. This is the only way you can focus on the essential purpose of the trip, the business meeting. The main challenge lies in the preparation because the successful appointment can fail at many organizational points.
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The advance planning of the business trip
Basic questions must be clarified before the start of the trip
- – Purpose of the business trip
- – Duration of the trip
- – Participating people
- – Exact setting of dates taking into account the diaries of the people involved – Travel destination, possibly with necessary or sensible stopovers
No business trip will be successful without the necessary travel documents and means of payment.
The following important documents must be taken into account:
- – ID card or passport
- – A visa that may be required
- – Health precautionary measures
- – Required bookings that can or should be made in advance
- – Local means of payment and credit cards with sufficient limits, also to be able to leave deposits, for example with rental companies.
Each of the individual organizational points can be organized directly by you, which of course involves a corresponding effort for you or your staff.
As a traveler, you are usually responsible for your luggage, but there are also important points in this context that you should consider when planning your business trip. In particular, it makes sense to consider events that will take place and possible events that you may encounter during your business trip and which utensils and accessories should be carried in your luggage for this purpose.
Especially when traveling by air, it is imperative to have optimized the contents of the suitcase and other pieces of luggage with regard to the liquids allowed and the required documents. Few things cause more stress than finding out that, for example, flight tickets, passports, visas or similar important documents cannot be found in hand luggage.