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Travel Ideas from Alex Blyth

Here are the Travel Ideas for Britain's Finest chosen by Contributing Editor, Alex Blyth.

Alex Blyth

Alex Blyth

Alex Blyth has been published in The Guardian, The Independent, The Times, Director, BA Business Life, People Management, Accountancy, Personnel Today and Marketing Week, amongst many other leading trade and business titles. He has written extensively for ‘about business travel’ for publications such as Buying Business Travel, Travel Trade Gazette and Conference & Incentive Travel. He has had three books published: 'How to Grow Your Business for Entrepreneurs','365 Ways to Cut Costs' and 'Brilliant Online Marketing'. He has produced marketing and editorial copy for the likes of Lloyds TSB, HSBC, PwC, Dell T-Mobile and Capita, and he is an award-winning public speaker, who is called upon to speak at conferences, product launches, and workshops. Finally, he runs regular training courses for PR professionals and corporate spokespeople.

In recent years budget hotel chains have been keen to talk up their attractiveness to business travellers. However, anyone who has tried to prepare for an important meeting with a night on a small bed in an airless room listening to stag and hen parties maraud up and down... more

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Whether you want to impress a contact you’re meeting for the first time, or you need a quiet table to discuss the details of a deal, or you want somewhere to take your colleagues and celebrate, picking the right venue for a business lunch is a major decision. And with so... more

Not so long ago, employers argued that keeping your job was reward enough. Some might have given their top salesperson a bottle of champagne on Friday evening, or sent the employee of the month to a local restaurant for dinner. Now though more and more employers are... more