Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Posted On 3/15/2016 by Team iCynosure.

If you travel for business, you might spend most of your time in the East and West. However, the deep south offers plenty of business opportunities as well as great accommodations for your visits. Many of these destinations are also important hubs of business.

Panama CityUS Travel Tips with iCynosure
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Panama City — true to its tagline: "Dedicated to Excellence...People Serving People" — is the economical and financial center of the county. Located in the ‘panhandle’ on St. Andrews Bay in Florida, this service-based city has developed significantly in trade and shipping activities along with a stable and strong hold on the banking, commerce and tourism sectors. Additionally, the ease-of-doing business approach — especially for first-time business professionals — makes the city very lucrative. Although there is a varied mix of travellers, finding right accommodations is surprisingly easy. Hotels like the Holiday Inn Express and Marriott's Legends Edge offer exceptional options for business visitors. 

College ParkUS Travel Tips with iCynosure
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College Park, an Air Transportation Gateway, offers the perfect blend of small-town comfort and fast-growing metropolitan development. The progress of this well-established community in Georgia is seen through its specialty office and business areas in the place of vacant shorefronts and seasonal business houses. The government’s involvement in the evolution is through it’s state-of-the-art International Convention Center, which is the second largest exhibit and meeting space in the state. To support this advancement, numerous corporate travellers stay at accommodations like the Comfort Inn a Suites and the Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport Hotels. 

CharlotteUS Travel Tips with iCynosure
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Charlottewhich is a major city and commercial hub that Forbes ranks in the top 20 cities for businesses and careers, is home to the corporate headquarters of Bank of America and Wells Fargo. With a host of financial institutes and banks headquartered in the city, Charlotte is the second-largest banking destination in the United States. With its trategic location, the city offers business-friendly and workforce-centric hotel options, including the high-end Dunhill Hotel and the more budget-friendly Rodeway Inn.

Fort Myers BeachUS Travel Tips with iCynosure
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Fort Myers Beachthough it sounds like an out-an-out fun destination, is a hugely popular city for business opportunities. Located on Estero Island in Florida, Fort Myers Beach has a strong administrative development department that enforces zoning and land development initiatives to promote real property rights. Thus, when a city is largely focused on community development via real estate development, one is assured of accommodation benefits. You might shell out big bucks at the Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina or go stay on a tight budget at the Lighthouse Resort Inn and Suites — it's your call. 

HuntsvilleUS Travel Tips with iCynosure
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Huntsvillethe high-tech city dubbed "The Rocket City," is the front runner in the developing space technology in the United States since the 1950s. It has a long history with U.S. space missions and it's home to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and the Alabama Constitution Village. With the continuous development in the space sector and the recently developing cotton and railroad industries, the inflow of planters have created a need for both quality and budget accommodations. A couple of the most popular hotels include the Embassy Suites and the Home2Suites by Hilton. 

If business is on your mind, check out one of these awesome cities. There’s something for everyone.
- Heena

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