Business Travel Almanac, The, Adobe Reader
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Donna Williams began her well-traveled career in the mid-1980s as a banker with Bankers Trust Company. As an investment banker, she worked primarily designing structured finance transactions for healthcare and travel services companies. In 1993, she received her MBA from Columbia Business School. From there she launched her publishing career at Doubleday and was subsequently recruited to work in strategic development for the Times Mirror Company. In 1998, she joined BigStar Entertainment as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. Prior to writing The Business Travel Almanac 2004, Donna was a bi-coastal marketing and business development consultant. Her clients included Internet and publishing companies in industries spanning surfing to travel to healthcare. She lives in Athens, New York, where she writes about travel and is an occasional professor of microeconomics and marketing. This is her second book. She is also the author of New York On The Fly published by On The Fly International, LLC.
Need to book a hotel with high-speed access? Want to impress your client with the best restaurant in town? Wish you had known that the train was faster and cheaper than a cab?
The Business Travel Almanac puts the answers to these questions and more at the fingertips of the busy business traveler. Whether you're in the office or already on the road, this is the all-in-one source that you'll reference time and again. With a combination of travel advice, reference material, directory information, and city guides, this book is a unique tool for the traveling professional.
The first section is packed full of information about travel in general, including airline comparisons, hotel details, and rental car options. It is presented in a directory format for quick reference, and peppered with invaluable tips that make life easier on the go.
Section 2 focuses on 15 major U.S. cities that are common destinations for business travelers. Each city segment includes airport and city maps, restaurant reviews, stores that provide business services, convention center information, and much more!
Cities include: New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Detroit, Boston, Dallas, Washington DC, Houston, Atlanta, Miami, Seattle, Phoenix, and Las Vegas
Table of Contents
The Business Travel Section.
The City Guides.
1. Booking Your Trip.
2. Mobile Technology.
3. Air Travel.
5. Rental Cars.
6. Limousine and Car Services.
8. On-the-Road Business Services and Supplies.
A. Prohibited and Permitted Items List.
B. Select Domestic Airport Codes.
C. Business Travel Publications.
15. Las Vegas.
16. Los Angeles.
18. New York City.
21. San Francisco.
23. Washington, D.C.
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