Nowadays in a medium to large size business there are times when you are required to travel, in order to make appearances, work, or even for conventions. Being able to plan a trip quickly and cost effectively will make your life much easier when this needs to happen as well as make the company happy when you’re not spending and outrageous amount of money. For this project we are tasked with properly planning a trip from Milwaukee Wisconsin, all the way to San Francisco California one of the most expensive cities to visit. Ahead we will go over the best way to plan this trip out to ensure having a successful business trip. Seeing that this is going to be a business trip that is far away we really only have one option. We are going to have to fly. San Francisco is 2,172 miles away and would require and inefficient use of time in order to get there via driving (31 hours each way). Along with flying a few things will need to be used on this trip as opposed to driving. While we are in San Francisco we will need to get around. With our car being left back home we will be required to either use a rental, an Uber, or make use of taxi’s. Flight While we are there we will need the following for our stay of March 29th until April 2nd. Transportation, two nights worth of lodging, and up to five total meals. The first step we need to do is find a ticket for the day we want to travel. We will...
So your boss just told to you that he wants you to take a business trip to San Francisco and participate in a conference on behalf of your company. The company will pay for some of the expenses, but you have to do all the planning and booking. You may be thinking to yourself this sounds like a daunting task, but it can be easily managed if you use a product like Asana to help you plan out your steps. I will go through a list of possible steps you may want to take while planning your trip, and then at the end of this post I will show a picture of what your list may look like when plugged into a management and planning program like Asana. One of the first steps you should take when planning this trip is to figure out what your budget is. Once you know that you will know how much you can spend on different items. Then you need to find out exactly where the conference is going to take place. There are a number of different ways you can go about doing this, but the easiest would probably be to just look up the location on the internet. The next step may be to find a hotel close to where the event is being held. You should look for a hotel that has the amenities that you want. You may want to find one that has a pool or even a whirlpool for you to use and unwind in the evenings after you spend the long days at the conference. You...
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