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Win a fabulous stay at one of the newest Native properties.

Lots has been going at Native since they revealed their re-brand at the Business Travel Show in February this year.  Their story began over 20 years ago when they set out to provide unique places for corporate and leisure travellers to stay, places that offered a truly authentic experience of the local neighbourhood. Today, they have an eclectic collection of buildings in a rich mix of neighbourhoods all across London.

Native Bank, 20 St Swithin's Lane, EC4N 8AD

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Emirates Home Check-in service available now.

If you havent already haerd about the Emirates Home Check-in service, you could be wasting time at the airport. The service allows customers to check in for their flights from anywhere in Dubai and is available for customers across all classes travelling on Emirates flights.

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Ignite your sense of adventure at Kenwood Hall

Kenwood Hall has teamed up with outdoors activity company, Adventure Now, to offer a range of exciting, team-building activities on the Hotel’s grounds. Axe throwing, Archery, Crossbows, Throwing Angels and Bushcraft are all on offer, and suited to all abilities including special kids’ sessions.  Activities are offered with full support and tuition and make an exhilarating and fun delegate activity.

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Business is booming in Berlin

Berlin the once divided capital of Germany, has been re-united for more than 25 years. Yes, it really has been that long since we witnessed those unforgettable scenes of the Berlin wall being torn down. In the last two and a half decades the city has become almost unrecognisable from its previous cold-war self. It’s array of buildings offer visitors a glimpse of the past and a view of the future. From the imposing Reichstag building, to the many new futuristic buildings that line the river.

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Shopping around might be costing you more ...and other business travel tips

When it comes to saving money, as consumers we are constantly advised to shop around, use multiple suppliers, don’t put all our eggs in one basket - and in many cases this is sound advice. However, when it comes to corporate travel it is far more advantageous to work with just one Travel Management Company (TMC) - in fact using multiple channels might actually be costing you more money!
Here are just some of the benefits of using a single TMC.

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300 passengers scammed by non-existent airline in Germany.

German authorities are investigating an alleged fraud involving the creation of what some are claiming to be an non-existent airline that sold seats to 300 travellers.

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Join us at The Business Travel Conference 2018

Traveleads is delighted to be exhibiting again this year at The Business Travel Conference.  The event being held at the Hilton London Bankside takes place over two days - the 11th and 12th September. The Business Travel Conference is open to everyone responsible for booking, buying, arranging or managing business travel at companies large and small.  From PAs, secretaries, receptionists, travel administrators, event organisers and office managers, to procurement departments, senior travel managers and finance personnel.
 

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LNER Cancels rail services in Scotland, Leeds and London

LNER are sorry to announce that a small number of their services between London King’s Cross and Leeds, and the weekday direct service between Stirling and Edinburgh, will be cancelled from 13 August 2018 onwards. They issued a statement apologising for any inconvenience this causes and confirmed the following services will be affected:

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5 Risks facing business travellers today

Travelling to any new or unfamiliar destination carries a degree of uncertainty.  As companies continue expanding into global markets corporate travellers are finding themselves coming face to face with the unexpected on an increasingly frequent basis.  For this reason travel managers, now more than ever, are looking to their TMC to provide the assistance and support required to keep their people safe.

Today we are looking at 5 potential threats your travellers may face, and suggesting ways you can be better prepared to deal with them.   

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More flight options from the UK to Las Vegas

It has been reported that Virgin Atlantic will terminating their London Gatwick-Las Vegas McCarran service for flights after March 31 2019, replacing the service with a new route operated out of London Heathrow.
Virgin Atlantic currently operates 7 weekly flights to Las Vegas using B747-400 equipment.  From March 31 2019 the carrier will launch a new service out of London's largest gateway (LHR) which will be operated using B787-9 aircraft.

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