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Why New York is the Most Popular Business Travel Destination

Written by on 13th February 2019
Category: Business, City guides, Travel

In a study conducted earlier in 2019, New York was named the world’s top destination for global business travel for the fourth consecutive year. London and Paris followed and Shanghai took fourth spot, showcasing China’s rapid growth as a 21st-century business travel hotspot. However, the Big Apple has once again proven that it is still […]

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Chinese New Year in Singapore

Written by on 21st January 2019
Category: APAC, Business, Business travel and relocation, Travel

Chinese New Year 2019 is almost upon us. A period of festivity that marks the beginning of the new year on the traditional Chinese calendar, it’s celebrated by more than 20% of the earth’s population in all corners of the globe. Its international status has led to the event being observed in a diverse range […]

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Placement Study: The Half Way Mark

Written by on 10th January 2019
Category: Business

It has been six months since I started my placement year at SilverDoor – which means I am officially halfway through my time here at the company. It’s crazy how fast the time has gone, so I thought I would take a minute to fill you in with what I have been getting up to […]

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Work Drinks: What to order for Dry January

Written by on 4th January 2019
Category: Business

With the festive period coming to an end, the New Year is usually a time when many say goodbye to the mulled wine and embrace the sobriety of Dry January. However, you don’t have to miss out on a quick after-work drink just because you have decided not to drink.  With soft drinks quickly becoming […]

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America’s Greenest Cities

Written by on 19th December 2018
Category: Business, Travel

There was controversy when American President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris climate agreement. Yet, over a year on, a high number of American cities are still pushing hard to become as “green” as possible. From transitioning to renewable energy sources to making public transport as carbon-free as possible, American cities are […]

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You’ve Been Shamed: A Humorous Round-Up of Sharing Economy Reviews

Written by on 22nd August 2018
Category: Business, Business travel and relocation

By Anton Constantinou The sharing economy has seen its fair share of comical moments. From passengers throwing up on themselves in the back of taxis, to drivers delivering food to the wrong locations – and eating it en-route – we’ve witnessed some truly outrageous situations take place, and with that, a number of scandals. A […]

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