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A few weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal published an article entitled “The Vanishing Executive Assistant.” Several prominent voices in the Executive Assistant community have penned compelling and heartfelt rebuttals to some of the key points… Read More

Travel Safety Will Be Front and Center in 2020

Meagan Gleason

December 09, 2019

As you and your organization look ahead to 2020, travel will almost certainly play an important role in your strategic planning process. In fact, business travel is increasing in popularity, with companies expected to spend an average of 6-12% of… Read More

Jeremy Burrows is dedicated to helping executive assistants become effective, empowered leaders within their organizations—without burning out. As the EA to the Founder and CEO of Capacity, Jeremy knows firsthand how challenging it can be to support… Read More

Beginning October 1, 2020, every traveler 18 years or older will need a REAL ID in order to fly within the United States—both commercially and privately. Here are a few things you need to know about to ensure you and your executives don’t experience… Read More

Executive travel is never simple. Every minute counts, so schedules are tightly orchestrated to maximize the value of the travel expense; however, itineraries change constantly, and every change has a domino effect on all subsequent events.… Read More

The world is getting smaller. Today we are more interconnected than has ever been possible in human history. Executives have the freedom to easily travel across the globe any time they would like in order to explore business opportunities, attend… Read More

If given the choice, would you choose to stay at a Four Seasons Hotel, or at a budget motel just a few miles away? Would you choose to make a transatlantic flight on a full-service private jet, or in an economy seat on a low-cost airline? If you… Read More

When it comes to business trips, you’ve turned your executive’s travel arrangements into a well-oiled machine. You know their schedules. Their preferences. How to ensure each trip runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Read More

New York City has found itself in the midst of a crippling traffic problem that is reportedly costing the city billions in operating costs. This excess traffic frustrates everyone. But for executives who must navigate the city to do business, it… Read More

Many travel coordinators relying on standard livery companies experience growing pains as their travel calendars expand and their needs become complex. In these cases, it may make sense to explore secure executive ground solutions—a category of… Read More

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