In an era where technology becomes so advanced that everyone is reachable in just a click away, the need for business travel has massively decreased.
Technology has made it possible for devices that people carry around to have communication tools such as Google Hangout, Slack, or Skype to make it unnecessary to spend money and waste employees’ time to travel to a different office, area, region, or country to conduct businesses.
While conducting business deals through a screen could save resources, it’s not a substitute for face to face meetings.
Business travels have tremendous benefits and bring in new business opportunities, but while closing business deals and expanding your business contacts are much easierthan during a conference call, with the holidays rapidly approaching, the idea of going on a business trip is generally disliked.
A majority of people would rather spend their holidays at home with their family and friends instead of taking a trip during the most crowded and stressful time of the year for travelling. Like a lot of aspect in business, business travel requires a bit of patience and some extra precautions to ensure that you’re at your best and still having a good time.
This infographic by Hyryde will give you some tips on how to survive the hassle of traveling during the holidays.