Most of us are sick of business planning. This is a sad reality when living a corporate life. Although very depressing, it has to be done and it does not feel good until it’s done. Until we have another option, most of us knuckle under and bear it.
Before you proceed with planning transport and accommodation, you must make a list of the variables you would need. If you would need a high-speed internet connection, how much time you would have to relax and to eat. Once you have made a list of the things you will need and you have decided the hotel you would live in, you could start thinking about transportation. You probably won’t bother getting out of the hotel to get a meal. You could also have a look at the hotel’s menu and the reviews guests have written on their website or on google. You plan to visit new places once you are done with your business meetings. Don’t make wrong choices under stress. Carefully choose a hotel which suits your requirements and is within your budget.
Once you have decided the hotel and taken into account the food they will serve, you could now worry about the transportation to your meetings. If your meetings are in the same hotel, then good enough but if they are elsewhere you could look up for a mean of transport to the location. Although you could go there on a cab or you could call a radio cab, those people are not very reliable. Either, they are late or they hardly know the city well. You could be late because of their bad route to your destination. Cab drivers always choose longer paths to get more money. They would opt for a route which has more traffic or a route that is long so that in the end the bill is a big one. Obviously, you wouldn’t know if a longer path is taken, you’re new in the city. Hire a good chauffeur driver service who would take you to your meeting on time and safely.