Nanjing: Chinese Confluence
February 2012 Cover
In summer, northern Europeans are prone to go a little bit crazy. It’s probably the long winter that does it: the endless nights; the short, twi-lit days. Huddled indoors, they have plenty of time to think about all the stuff they’ll get to as soon as their part of the Earth tilts back toward the sun.
What Business Travel Looks Like Now From Those Who Know It Best
Pack your bags, traveling for business is making a comeback — and the role of the corporate travel manager is more important than ever.
Letter From The Publisher
February means a great deal to all of us at Global Traveler, as this was the month we launched the first issue in 2004. At that time, a lot of doubting Thomases wondered whether GT would be just another publication passing in the night or a great success (as we always knew it would be).