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Corporate travel budgets, while nice to have during good times, are usually the first to go when the economy loses steam or competitive pressures mount. Regardless of whether your chief travel concern is shuttling employees between multiple offices, travel for corporate events, or making your sales team more productive, there are several ways to save money on travel before it's too late and you have to cut deep into your travel budget.
In order to avoid your travel budget being seen as the first opportunity to trim the fat, look for progressive and reasonable methods to create savings in the existing budget in order to avoid more drastic cuts later on.
Planning a successful conference requires you to see your event through the eyes of an attendee. One of the biggest complaints among travelers is having to plan their transportation. However, you can take away this extra burden and enhance the experience of conference attendees by chartering a shuttle service for routine connections between conference events or arrange for airport transfers or sightseeing tours. You can even go the extra mile if you have a large number of conference attendees coming in from a nearby city and arrange for a few coaches to bring out of town delegates to the host city.
Whether it's for work, family, school, or just for fun, there are a few options for you to travel between Edmonton and Calgary. To help you decide, we've compared the benefits of travelling by bus versus by plane for you!
At Red Arrow we understand what is important when it comes to Business Travel, because we travel for business ourselves. Business travel should be safe, comfortable, efficient and of course, affordable. Traveling for business on Red Arrow is one of the best ways to reduce spending and stay productive. Here are 5 ways Red Arrow can help your business save money:
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