Travelling on business leaves you with gap time in between meetings and flights. The internet provides a wealth of business oriented resources, but sifting through to the good stuff can be overwhelming. So we’ve taken care of that for you. Here are the top 10 blogs for business travellers. Taken from various bloggers in a plethora of diversified specialties, these blogs will give you a greater understanding of the business world and offer a change in perspective to what you already know so well.
Suzan Gunelius has earned her spot in this list. Currently a CEO and boasting a CV which includes a handful of the world’s largest companies, Gunelius and her international team of contributors provide both educational and career insights from a female perspective.
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Specifically focusing on small business sales, Tibor Shanto’s no-nonesense blog is backed by 25 years of experience and knowledge in B2B sales. Having trained hundreds of sales representatives over the course of his career, Shanto strips away the sizzle of modern sales and gets right to the steak.
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Gearing towards the retail industry, Shopkeep is an excellent business blog that has helped over 22,000 small businesses understand become smarter. An offshoot of their mobile sales app, the blog offers tips, HOW TO’s, and success stories that will compliment any small business.
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A blog run by a company that sells business planning software means you’re getting insights straight from the source. Everything from how to start a business, to getting funding, business planning, pitching, and sales gets covered. Don’t sleep on this one!
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Unlike the other blogs we found, Smart Hustle acts as more of a magazine, opting for a more appealing aesthetic. Focusing on entrepreneurship, the blog boasts business owners’ success stories, interviews with celebrity businesspeople like the investors on Shark Tank.
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Entrepreneur turned Venture Capitalist, Mark Suster has experience to back his blog’s name. Offering perspectives from both founder and investor, Both Sides will get you covered on everything from getting you informed on current tools you can use to maximize business success to advice for getting your startup off the ground.