How Zeamo Got Its Travel Program In Shape

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Meet Zeamo: Flexible Fitness Benefits For Your Traveling TeamThrough partnerships with fitness corporations in major cities around the world, Zeamo's digital platform of gyms makes it seamless for companies to offer their employees access to thousands of clubs when and where they want. Users ca...
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Advice For The Novice Business Traveler

Go Jane Go
Go Jane Go is the online community for global women business travelers.With almost 75 collective years of business travel under our belts, the team at Go Jane Go has learned a lot about how to navigate the perilous landscape of life on the road. We would like to share some nuggets of wisdom wit...
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5 Tips for Feeling Close When You’re Far Away on Business

Go Jane Go
Go Jane Go is the online community for global women business travelers.Sometimes it can feel like living two separate lives: we establish travel habits, a tribe of traveling people we see regularly, and a few treasured experiences here and there that we begin to crave when we're on the road. From...
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Running Around: 5 Tips to Staying Fit and Exploring While Traveling

James Porter
Regular business travel can be a pretty good excuse not to exercise, and an even better excuse not to train for a marathon. But I've found that incorporating exercise - especially running - into my business travel has not only improved the quality of my time on the road, but allowed me to train for what will be 5 marathons in November and see more than the inside of a sad hotel fitness room.
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Tips for Smart & Successful Remote Work

Avery Phillips
In 1995, only 9 percent of workers telecommuted. That number has jumped to 37 percent in 2018, according to a recent Gallup poll. People are finding that they can better balance out their work and personal lives when allowed to create their own hours and not be tied to a desk each day.
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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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