Smart Travel Tips For Business Trips

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Spend half your working life jetting to the next meeting? This is how you can save time, reduce stress, and stay sane while travelling!

Keep toiletries packed – have a separate bag of everything you like to take packed at all times. Make sure they are mini bottles in case you are taking hand luggage only.

Have a crease-free set of travel clothes – these can live in your suitcase so you are ready to go at a moments notice.

Get organised – luggage designed for the digital age saves a whole heap of time and stress, especially when it comes to cable management!

Best luggage for business trips.

The Knomo SS16 collection includes organisers, clutch bags and thoughtfully-designed rucksacks with protective compartments for your tech and built-in chargers. James, Tote Backpack – £169, Elektronista, Digital Clutch Bag – £249. Available at

Wear smart-casual to travel – if your bags go missing on your way to a big meeting at least you’ll still be able to turn up looking presentable.

Take just hand luggage – you won’t have to worry about baggage getting lost, and it’ll be a whole heap faster to get to your hotel!

Ask for an upgrade when no one else is around – works for hotels and flights, they are more likely to say yes if they know other people can’t hear.

Learn to be loyal – flying with the same airline and staying at the same hotel can get you a few perks over time.

Get a reward credit card – if brand loyalty isn’t an option at least use a credit card that offers rewards such as air miles.

Get Appy – whether you need to track expenses, beat jetlag, convert currency or create a customised packing list, there is an app for it – check out our pick of the best travel apps to see what you might be missing!

Earplugs and eyemasks are essential – it is the only way you can be sure you’ll get some rest on a noisy flight or in a city-centre hotel!

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