How to Choose Necessary Accessories for a Business Trip
Trying to plan what to bring on a business trip can be nerve-wracking, particularly if you are a first-time business traveler. Those people who say travel is about the journey obviously never had to take a long flight before all day meetings and events. Having the right items in your pocket can make all the difference between a peaceful business trip and a stressful one.
The items listed below can help you look your best in a business trip. These are the top accessories to have with you.
- Business card
Always carry some of your own cards, as well as ones for your close colleagues and business associates.
- Breath mints
Pop a few mints in your mouth at regular intervals, and particularly after a meal. Foul breath is the last impression you want to make on a business associate.
- Your laptop
The business-center computers might not have the software you need. Bring along your laptop or tablet computer to help you keep up to date on your assignments.
- Carry-on luggage with four wheels
You’ll save time and money if you can fit all your business-trip needs into a carry-on bag. Look for high quality luggage with four wheels which is made from materials meant to withstand a few travel bumps and bruises.
- Blackout eye shades
For most people who travel alone, the comfort outweighs look. Of course if you’re on the plane with fellow co-workers or business associates you’ll dress to impress but if you’re alone, you deserve to enjoy your flight. Whether your flight is long or short, there’s always enough time to get a quick nap and a blackout eye shades would be a life saver to someone who is craving a good nap.
- Noise canceling headphones
After a long day of stressful meetings no one wants to listen to a crying baby on the airplane or the other endless distractions. Noise canceling headphones can be life savers.
- Travel steamer
Half success of a business meeting lies in good performance in material preparation and nice delivery. The other half is dressing the part. While business casual means something different to every person, it’s better to be overdressed instead of under-dressed. This means having your clothing in top shape, without wrinkles. In this way, carrying a small portable steamer which can fit in a small carry-on would leave you no worries in this regard.
- Shoe bags
If you just throw your heels in your suitcase with everything else you can easily ruin your favorite heels. However shoe bags can help them remain clean and protected. It’s also a good place to shove your wet and muddy shoes, or anything else you want to separate from clean clothes.
- Portable charger
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