Navigate San Francisco Like A Business Travel Boss

Chelsea Knowles
San Francisco is without a doubt, one of the greatest cities in the world. With so much to see and do, it can be overwhelming trying to make the most of limited free time.For me, SF is practically my second home. I spend 50% of my year there on biz travel. Its casually intensive environment, ecle...
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Guide to Bleisure in NOLA: Balancing Bourbon St.

Chelsea Knowles
Some places have the ability to change you--New Orleans does that for me in a way that's less desirable for business and more primed for party mode. Bedtime is no time and being easy on budget and alcohol in the Big Easy just isn't an option. Nawlins is a magical land where I immediately crave an oy...
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How This Freelancer Closed a Deal For $100 in Dubai

Mike LaRosa
Being a business traveler can take a toll on folks in a variety of ways. For some it's time spent away from loved ones; others bemoan the effects on health and overall wellness. If you're traveling for a company, however, it's rare that a toll be financial. For employees with either a company issued card or reliable 30-day reimbursement window of payment, chances are you're not losing sleep over cash flow, making payroll, or lowering business development costs.
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Mixing Business With BBQ in Austin, TX

Christina Cherry
You've probably heard a thing or two about Austin, Texas. People are flocking to the destination in droves for its natural watering holes, buzzy bar scene, and live music on every corner. While Austin maintains a bit of its southern charm -- think honky tonks, barbeque, and cowboy boots -- it's very much a mecca for start-ups and technology companies due to its lower cost of living and doing business.
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Five Wallet Friendly Happy Hours to Enjoy in San Francisco

Chelsea Knowles
I have been the biz traveler who has accidentally spent $80 at the hotel bar because I didn't feel like venturing out. I've also been the traveler who has bought my usual wine at CVS and enjoyed a cable and chill night in to keep well within in my per diem. Either way isn't a horrible way to spend a...
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Sweet Tech to Upgrade Your Aging Road Warrior Chariot

Andrew Meyers
About two years ago I made the move from a 2014 Honda Accord to a new-to-me 2009 Chevrolet Malibu. (Try to contain your jealousy, okay?) All kidding aside, it’s actually the perfect car for me to drive during my big business travel season each fall.
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