Launched in the UK in 1976, Business Traveller has become the leading magazine around the world for the frequent business traveller. We currently have 13 editions: UK, US, Asia-Pacific, China, Middle East, Africa, Germany, Hungary, India, Israel, Poland, Russia and Denmark.
Wherever it is published, Business Traveller is a consumer publication, aimed at entertaining business travellers, saving them money and making their travelling life easier. Each edition is packed with editorial on the latest news from airlines, airports, hotels and car rental.
We review travel products, including the latest gadgets, technology and accessories designed to make the traveller’s life easier and more efficient. We look at destinations – where to stay, what to eat, what to see, and how to behave, all delivered by our own writers and journalists around the world. In addition, the many loyalty programmes are examined, deals and promotions are collected and feature stories cover a wide range of issues such as health, security, technology, golf, automotive, financial.
Lastly, we don’t forget that frequent business travellers are often the most frequent leisure travellers, so we examine where to escape on your next break and what to do if you are lucky enough to get time off when travelling on business. With editorial staff based in our offices around the globe we are uniquely placed to ensure that our different editions reflect the needs of our readers locally. We can also use this expertise to produced first-class editorial insights wherever we need to report.
The Business Traveller Awards
Voted for by readers of the magazine, with the results authenticated by an independent auditing company, the Business Traveller Awards are widely recognised as the market’s benchmark for excellence.
A fixture of the business travel and hospitality calendar for more than 30 years in the UK, the successful format has seen their adoption by our magazines around the world, in the US, Asia-Pacific, China, Middle East, Russia, Poland and Germany.
Cellars in the Sky
Now in its third decade, Business Traveller‘s Cellars in the Sky Awards recognise the best business and first class wines served by airlines worldwide.
For the most recent awards we contacted more than 100 airlines inviting them to enter. Blind tastings took place over two days with five judges – wine experts, not our journalists – independently scoring them.
Well, what else would you expect from an Editor? This is where readers of one of our magazines are invited to meet and discuss a particular topic, and hosted by one of our editors. We have conducted these events in Hong Kong, Singapore and London, and topics have included everything from “What Makes a Good Airport Hotel?” to “What do you look for in a Hotel Loyalty Programme?”