APRIL LCT: Here are six primary points to help you choose your next chauffeured vehicle.
MARCH LCT SHOW ISSUE: Heading to the big event? Here’s a guide to help you plan your strategy and use it when you arrive.
FEB LCT: Structured similar to speed dating, this LCT trade show staple allows operators to make mutual introductions and connect.
JAN. LCT: 2017 is the best time to upgrade, overhaul, or change aspects of your operations.
DEC. LCT: When you engage in farm-in or farm-out work with other countries, you must consider many cultural differences to avoid a potential negative experience for you or your traveling client.
NOV. LCT: Whether you are giving away pens or ball caps, such items reflect on your company. Make sure they accurately represent you.
OCT. LCT: If it’s not, you’re likely missing out on connecting with potential customers.
SEPT. LCT: You must act, but don’t end up on the wrong end of a lawsuit.
AUG. LCT: As consumers demand more to satisfy their wants and needs, adding snack boxes to long trips creates a new revenue stream.
JULY LCT: Chauffeured vehicles often must park in areas designated “no parking,” which can bring unwanted attention.
MAY LCT: Texting, calling, or prompting via tablets are all options that help dispatchers and chauffeurs avoid distracted driving.
APRIL LCT: Yelp, TripAdvisor, Google and Facebook can help or hurt your business depending on how you respond to comments.
MARCH LCT: What started with a trendy restaurant in New York abolishing tips may herald a new culture as other businesses follow.
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