Business travel is inevitable for most people in the Nigerian workforce. Aside from the fact that it contributes a lot to the economy and GDP of the country, it opens doors for the individual businessman or woman, opportunity seeker, and small scale business person or business owner.
In Nigeria, however, many companies view business travel simply as an expense and do not see the benefits that come from it. They, therefore, budget very little for it, making the trip in itself extremely tedious for the employee who gets the assignment to embark on the journey. The truth is, no matter the budget or destination, any Nigerian can survive a business trip by following certain rules. Jumia Travel offers five tips to aid Nigerians who regularly find themselves on the move for business.