Monday, March 9, 2015

Forbes Living Explores the Business Travel Challenges for Women

Today’s businesswoman is a sharp professional. She is keenly aware of her surroundings.  She knows how to handle herself. But what if she were someplace unknown? Forbes Living TV explores business travel challenges for woman.

The world we live in today is not the same world we lived in 10 years ago. There is more danger and more uncertainty. There are newer and better digital gadgets to make professional presentations. The businesswoman has so many options, and more so when she travels internationally.

Some of the international travel questions a professional woman might have are:
Is the hotel close to the business center where I need to be?
Which taxi company is the safest?
Does the hotel room door have adequate safety measures such as deadbolt locks?

Most of these can be answered before she leaves. Others are answered upon arrival. Fortunately, there is an abundance of information online to find from business customs around the world to the safest food to eat. The Forbes Living TV show also suggests getting a hotel room on the second the seventh floors, don’t get off an elevator is a man is following you, use all hotel room door locks, keep money, credit cards and the room card key out of sight, and travel with a “clean” tablet or laptop and cell phone. If stolen, thieves cannot get personal financial or other data. Business challenges can be managed with forethought, planning and awareness.

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