Ten Travel Safety Tips Every Executive Should Know

November 23, 2018

Executives in business travels are prone to different health and safety risks especially since they can be in a tight and hectic schedule. It’s a good thing technology is available today to help you plan your accommodations, purchase a plane ticket, and hire a chauffeur car service but they’re not enough to ensure your safety.Your safety still depends on executing thought out strategies based on intuition, research, and pieces of advice from seasoned road warriors all around the globe.Before going to another country, research about its current state including the political situation, cultural norms, safe travel spots, secure accommodations, and danger spots.

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