Andrew Mamonitis is the Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand for Kaspersky Lab, one of the world's leading computer security companies. Based in Melbourne, he travels 50 - 60 days a year. What city do you most often visit for business? It’s definitely Hong Kong, on average I&rsquo...
POSTED 26 Aug, 2011 0 Comments
Very frequent flyers have another top-tier level to consider: Gold Elite from Etihad, the Abu Dhabi-based airline that's also a partner of Virgin Australia's Velocity Rewards program. With Virgin Australia starting a Platinum tier, and Qantas naming its ultra-elite Platinum One level, Etihad is ...
POSTED 16 Jun, 2011 0 Comments
When he's not getting his geek on as editor of T3 Australia magazine, Damien Francis can be found jetting to Hong Kong and Singapore for work, winding down in Vancouver and sleeping in business class there and back! What city do you most often visit for business?Hong Kong lately. It’s just...
POSTED 11 Apr, 2011 0 Comments
Tony Wheeler and his wife Maureen started the Lonely Planet series of guidebooks in the 1970s, and it's a rare traveller who doesn't own one or more of their iconic guides. With the series now owned by the BBC, Tony's time is freed up for travelling, and hesat down with Australian Business Trave...
POSTED 4 Apr, 2011 0 Comments
Author and journalist Brad Howarth is one of Australia's leading experts on technology, digital media and marketing. His articles appear regularly in publications including SmartCompany, INTHEBLACK, Inside Film, B&T and AFR Boss. Together with Janelle Ledwidge, Brad has recently written A Fa...
POSTED 14 Mar, 2011 0 Comments
Ben Pullen is the Australian managing director of Tru, the new multi-country mobile phone network which lets you make calls and even use the Internet in the USA and the UK without paying massive global roaming charges. Travelling around 100 days each year to Tru's operations hub in Manila a...
POSTED 25 Feb, 2011 0 Comments
Grahame Cox is director of the Australian arm of global PR and communications firm Bite Communications. With leading name clients including Adobe, Cisco, HTC and Skype, he's kept on the go – yet somehow always seems to find his way back to Ho Chi Minh City, judging by the man...
POSTED 14 Feb, 2011 0 Comments
As principal of Sydney's Intelligent.Travel Consulting Kurt Knackstedt spends around 100 days each year in the air and on the road, ranging from Melbourne to the Asian travel hubs of Hong Kong and Singapore. And if anyone's got some great real-world tips on travel you can bet it's a fre...
POSTED 9 Feb, 2011 0 Comments
He's the man behind the Kogan brand which has shaken up Australia's consumer technology market with its low-cost online-only sales model and given established players like Harvey Norman a run for their money. Australian Business Traveller caught up with Ruslan Kogan between trips to the very diff...
POSTED 31 Jan, 2011 1 Comment
George Freney is the Managing Director, APAC for conTgo, a company that provides SMS alerts to travellers of itinery items as they're coming up — and particularly if things change in their itinerary. Based in Sydney, he travels regularly within Australia to visit clients as well as round th...
POSTED 7 Jan, 2011 0 Comments
Jeff Putt is Microsoft's Australian Windows supremo, in charge of marketing each new version of Microsoft Windows as it comes out. Needless to say, with 90% of the world's PCs running Windows, Putt's job is busy, and involves a fair amount of travel from his home base of Sydney. How many days wo...
POSTED 6 Jan, 2011 0 Comments
From her base in Sydney, Anne Costello buzzes around Asia in her capacity as Regional Director, South Asia for the global Text 100 Public Relations firm. We asked this frequently-flying PR exec to share her travel tips.How many days would you spend travelling each year?80-90 – it usually wo...
POSTED 24 Dec, 2010 0 Comments
As the Community Affairs Lead in Asia for Microsoft, Aussie ex-pat Clair Deevy travels throughout the region as well as back to HQ in Seattle. This week she shares her top travel tips, as well as her pick of restaurants in Singapore and Seattle, with Australian Business Traveller.Which city do yo...
POSTED 21 Dec, 2010 2 Comments
Mark Ross-Smith, CEO of Brisbane-based SMSFun.com.au, says quick trips to visit clients in Sydney and Melbourne provide a huge boost to his business. And then there's the Chilli Crab and Tiger Beer in Singapore... How many days would you spend travelling each year?Around 30. What city do ...
POSTED 2 Dec, 2010 0 Comments
Rachel Argaman, Sydney-based CEO of Toga Hospitality, is mad for markets: from London's bustling Borough Market to the colourful Christmas markets in Berlin and Copenhagen. Which city do you live in?Sydney How many days would you spend travelling each year?60+ daysWhat cities and co...
POSTED 29 Nov, 2010 0 Comments
This week: Lorraine Elliott, sometimes better known as Not Quite Nigella from the "cooking, eating and travel blog" of the same name (there's also a book from Penguin coming in mid-2011). Which city do you live in?Sydney. How many days would you spend travelling each year?About 80 days. What c...
POSTED 22 Nov, 2010 0 Comments
This week: Philip Cronin, General Manager of Intel Australia & New Zealand, talks about Hainanese chicken in Hong Kong, running in the city and why a copy of Rolling Stone magazine is one of his must-have items for any flight. Which city do you live in?Sydney. How many days would you spend ...
POSTED 17 Nov, 2010 0 Comments
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