Betty Stark is an award-winning business and leisure travel writer who has been featured in publications including…

  • International Herald Tribune
  • USA Today
  • Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Travel Weekly
  • Successful Meetings Magazine
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • Denver Post
  • Cox News Service
  • Wisconsin State Journal
  • Atlanta Business Chronicle
  • Corporate Report Wisconsin
  • Palm Beach Post
  • AAA Living Magazine
  • Midwest Living Magazine
  • Wisconsin Meetings Magazine
  • Reunions Magazine
  • JoeSentMe
  • and many more

Business Travel

Let’s face it: business travel isn’t fun. That’s why accurate, actionable information is critical, and that’s what you’ll find in my business travel articles, newsletters and blogs….

Lesiure Travel

What better antidote to a frenzied business travel life than the pleasure of personal time with family, friends, or solo, in new or familiar places…


Consulting Services

Travel companies that provide dedicated business travel services know it’s important to get well-timed information to their clients. Researching and writing it is the challenge…

What others are saying

As an editor for Business.com/Work.com I worked with dozens of freelance writers and Betty was one of the best and most reliable. With every assignment I knew that we would get exactly what we asked for and we would get it on time. She made my job so much easier. I highly recommend Betty.

Frances SharpeIndependent Writing and Editing Professional

Bottom line: Good info = big savings. Betty Stark, a business travel consultant and columnist, is one of the keenest travel minds we know. She’s written many guides for [Business.com] Work.com, including insider tips.

Daniel KehrerDirector of Content and Strategy, Business.com

Betty is a gracious, knowledgeable, insightful travel journalist. She did a magnificent job sharing our B&B (The Inn at Wawanissee Point) through her perceptive choice of words.

David HoldenerPresident/CEO at Nicolet Forest Bottling

Betty Stark was the longtime freelance travel writer for the Capital Region Business Journal. Her articles were consistently well-written and informative. Not only is she knowledgeable about a variety of destinations, from local to international, she also stays up-to-date with trends, travel products, etc. She is creative and very easy to work with.

Julie ShirleyEditor at Wisconsin State Journal