Friday, January 12, 2007

International Business Travel Tips

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Global small business owners know face-to-face meetings with international customers help cement quality business relationships -- and the practical aspects of international business travel can make or break a trip.

You can start planning your overseas trip from home on the Internet -- and the sooner the better.

Read more:  International Business Travel Tips

2 comments:

global payments said...

and if you are on a flight over 6 hours, might i suggest seating business class. 12 hours on a full flight next to 2 strangers that weigh 2x you is enough to turn you mad. at least for my experience...
-jack

Max mickle said...

yes jack you are right,i agree with you.when i was going to Australia for business for my business meeting then a online booking agency was arrange a sit on business class.