When I tell people I’m a travel agent, their usual response is “Wow, how’d you get that job?” A very close second is “How do I become a travel agent?” Let me tell you, a travel agent is not nearly as glamorous as you may think: we spend countless hours arguing and haggling with airlines, hotels and other travel agencies in order to get the best rates for our clients, some who are double checking every quote on the internet. There’s also a common misconception that travel agents must travel a whole lot; let me tell you, we’re just like any other office job, and office jobs don’t give that much time off.
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First, only send people on business trips that really need to be there. Many times a company will send far too many salespeople to take care of a job that a team of two or three could easily handle. Second, find the most cost effective airfare that you can. Business class airfare doesn’t have to be expensive if you research and find the cheapest flights possible. This might mean taking earlier or later flights, but if you are a small company and can save a few hundred dollars, then you should. You should always try to lower travel corporate management costs.
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Airfare: Plan ahead-book ahead. If you’re reading this you probably don’t have access to a business jet and so you travel airliner. If at all possible plan your trips ahead of time and purchase non-refundable advanced tickets.
So what can we do? What do they advise? Borrowing from the big business model, we should negotiate more, and harder. If you get a pretty good price on a deal, ask for something lower yet. The great deals will still be there, but harder to secure than just good deals.
For those who do corporate travel planning, here are the few tips. While booking hotels, look for corporate rates and discounts. In addition, the company can set benchmark for employees on low cost business travel. This ways, a considerable amount of money can be saved.