Members can post their business trip itinerary, interests and messages, while gaining access to the contact details of others in town during that time and a report on potential networking possibilities. The site also includes a reference section that offers travelers everything from weather reports to subway maps.
The club can be anything a business traveler wants it to be, says William Richards, creator of www.biztravelclub.com. For example, it can provide an opportunity to overview who is doing what and where within your industry, or an opportunity to identify new business and suppliers.
Richards is offering free two-year memberships to the first 10,000 people who visit the site. If you miss out on that, a one-year membership will cost you $79.