Traveling on business or working on vacation is often challenging without the right preparation. As business becomes more mobile, Universal Events, Inc. team members have discovered options as they seek to remain productive on the road. Review what they learned from their experiences to reduce the amount of work time lost while traveling. 1. Research Temporary Office Space If you are holding meetings or simply need a quiet place to work, temporary office space can save the day. Management companies in large cities often rent offices by the day or week for traveling business people. They are quiet, often contain amenities, and provide a professional space when you meet clients. 2. Check Into a Business Hotel Hotels catering to business clients offer Wi-Fi, printing services, dry cleaning, and even after-hours room service. All of these features can make working from your hotel room a breeze. Use online reviews to find the best hotel for your needs. 3. Organize Your Email You will not have the time to check email as often. Use filters to keep the most important emails from getting lost in the flood. Organize emails in folders to find them quicker. Email organization apps can help sync email, set up notifications, and make filters and to-do lists. Effective business traveling depends on the right tools. Know your resources ahead of time so you know what to bring and how to prepare and explore your destination to find the services available. With the right planning, you will enjoy productivity outside your office.