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Choosing the Right Travel Management Company

There are many travel management agencies out there and it can be a daunting task to sift through all the information and find the one that’s the right fit for your business. After all, you’re trying to make a decision about a long-term solution and that means a little research is in order. Teplis Travel…

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England, Ireland and Scotland

It’s a UK Holiday as you tour the top spots in three countries… LONDON  |  STONEHENGE  |  BATH CARDIFF  |  WATERFORD DUBLIN  |  BELFAST  |  EDINBURGH STRATFORD-UPON-AVON  | YORK LONDON 11 Days from $3,199* *per person based on double occupancy. This tour begins with a panoramic drive around London to see many famous landmarks including…

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Managing Risk: A Travel Manager’s Guide

It is no illusion. There are more risks for travelers in our world today than there were 50 years ago. And while there have always been hurricanes, social unrest and countries in turmoil, the penetration of global business interests means there are more employees of US corporations and non-profits in the field than ever before.…

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Pyramids, Pharaohs & Paradise

Cairo and the mighty Nile’s riches await travelers who book the spectacular Pyramids, Pharaohs and Paradise travel tour. This 11-day Egypt tour with Nile cruise adventure includes both land excursions and a 3-night cruise on the Nile River where you will visit the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Sphinx, and temples devoted to the great…

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Europe: The Grand Circle

8 Days, 5 Countries All 4- and 5-Star Hotels Starting at $2,367pp** Imagine hitting the high points of Western Europe in just over a week, without feeling rushed or anxious about the pace. You’ll have time to explore… AMSTERDAM  |  THE RHINE HEIDELBERG  |  THE BLACK FOREST LUCERNE  |  BURGUNDY WINE REGION  |  PARIS  | …

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4 Advantages of Partnering with a Certified Women-Owned Business

Teplis Travel proudly maintains a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third-party certifier of the businesses owned and operated by women in the U.S. The WBENC certification standard is the most relied upon certification of women-owned businesses as a supplier diversity business program. This certification…

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Is it Time to Upgrade Your Corporate Travel Management Program?

A successful corporate travel management program can help your business optimize travel spend, improve traveler experiences, and have significant impact on your bottom line… if done correctly. At Teplis Travel, we’ve worked with many different types of clients, some have fully managed programs, others have a larger program that expands to multiple countries, and some…

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The Ultimate South Pacific Cruise

Take the month of March off next year and explore the South Pacific from the comfort and luxury of a Regent Seven Seas suite. Visit Sydney, Melbourne, Tasmania, seven different ports in New Zealand, Fiji, Bora Bora, Pago Pago, Tahiti and more aboard the Seven Seas Navigator, a luxury vessel designed for only 490 guests.…

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Going to New Zealand? You’ll Need an ETA

Starting on Oct. 1, 2019, all travelers from 60 visa waiver countries, including the US, including all incoming cruise travelers, will need to hold an ETA (Electronic Travel Authority) before entering New Zealand. According to the New Zealand government, an ETA will last travelers for up to two years. Unlike a visa, it doesn’t come…

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Steps to Achieving a Successful Corporate Travel Management Program

Managing corporate travel in today’s business world requires balance. A well-managed corporate travel program must balance cost containment with traveler satisfaction, traveler compliance with productivity on the road, and traveler convenience with safety and security. Corporate travel is much more complex than it used to be and constructing a program that aligns with the goals…

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