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All Posts in April 2014

A beginner’s guide to networking

Written by on 28th April 2014
Category: SilverDoor news

Last month I went to my first SABA (Serviced Apartments Bookers Association) networking event away from the comforts of the SilverDoor office, representing the Partner Relations team. This was a great opportunity for me to meet many of our property providers that I’ve regularly spoken to on the phone, within a social environment.

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How important is your business travel budget?

Written by on 24th April 2014
Category: Business travel and relocation

The first half of 2014 has seen business travel budgets swoop low under the radar of scrutiny in comparison to previous years. As budgets increase due to the growth in global mobility for businesses around the UK, it’s not just international travel, relocation and project work that’s making up for the majority of budgets.

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London’s alternative transport

Written by on 17th April 2014
Category: London

‘TfL have announced plans for another tube strike.’ Those are the words no traveller in London ever wants to read. Line closures, planned engineering works, strikes and delays are something in life we just can’t avoid.

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Inside scoop: Smarter Living

Written by on 10th April 2014
Category: Serviced apartment news

Vijay Kumar from Smarter Living joins us to talk about their venture in to the serviced apartment sector and why independent businesses can compete with the bigger brands.

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Does the Millennial business traveller really exist?

Written by on 9th April 2014
Category: Business travel and relocation

You’ve probably heard about Generation Y – or Millennials as they’re more commonly known. They’re business travellers aged between 18-32 who are known to be both tech savvy and dependent on technology to manage their lives. Millennials are apparently freer with their company’s travel budget and look for better options than what are provided to them.

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