June 1, 2023

Hotel: The Belfry Hotel & Resort, Birmingham

The Belfry is determined to further re-establish itself as one of the finest resorts in the UK. It will soon boast more dining options and new accommodation thanks to funding for further development.

LNER First class, Newcastle-London King’s Cross

A pleasant and comfortable way to travel, with lounge access, reliable Wi-Fi, comfortable seating with adequate space to work and good refreshments.

Responsible Futures

Responsible Futures educates, inspires and guides people and businesses to become more sustainable and socially responsible with training, webinars & consulting.

The Bloomsbury Hotel by the Doyle Collection, London

This hotel is in a great location and is the perfect place for a road warrior to really unwind in style after a day of long meetings. 


eco.mio is an excellent solution to tackle a corporate's challenge of educating its travelling population and driving sustainable travel choices

YOTEL Manchester Deansgate

THE HOTEL This is one of Yotel’s 14 city centre hotels around the world, including two in London and one in Glasgow. The Yotel concept is...

Etihad Business Class, Heathrow-Abu Dhabi

Deciding to fly business class can for most of us be a tough financial decision, but my Etihad experience was the absolute opposite of ‘let’s just get there’. This was 6hr 45mins of pampered pleasure and relaxation.

Capitol Kempinski Hotel, Singapore

An impressive hotel which lives up to its five-star rating. Employees are both friendly and attentive making for a wonderful, personalised service. 


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Eurostar Business Premier, Brussels-London

Eurostar Business Premier, Brussels-London Definitely more relaxing and productive than taking a plane, with very little queueing and no anxiety about my carry-on toiletries being over 100ml or whether my bag would fit in the overhead locker. It’s a shame Brussels Midi isn’t as swanky as Kings Cross St Pancreas, where on my outward journey I’d enjoyed browsing the shops and had a wide choice of where to eat and drink. And, apart from the plastic bottle of water, I felt good about my lower carbon footprint too.