Global Travel Management received two prestigious awards last week, awarded by the Advantage Travel Partnership.
The annual Big Celebration Lunch is the spectacular annual gathering of suppliers and partners to Advantage, which is the third-largest travel consortium in Europe.
Hosted by television presenter Mark Durden-Smith and opened by Advantage CEO Julia Lo Bue-Said, the 2023 event took place at the London Hilton Bankside and marked the return to the face-to-face celebration for the first time since the pandemic.
Global Travel Management’s first award of the event was the “Marketing Campaign/Initiative 2023”, for GTM’s Sales and Marketing Teams.
Mark Wilson, Global Travel Management’s Marketing Director said,
This award celebrated the work we do to engage with businesses around the UK. Our weekly email newsletters have proved a very popular way to provide news updates to business travellers, travel bookers and individuals for whom corporate travel plays an important part in their day-to-day business. Not everyone can expect to spend the time keeping up to date on the ever-changing business travel landscape, so a weekly digest has proven to be a well-read, much appreciated resource.
Individual subscribers to the newsletter can find out all they need to know about business travel from the weekly newsletter. And, if they need more information, they can reach out to our team.
The biggest award of the event, however, was the final announcement of the day.
The Advantage Spotlight Award is reserved for the individual who has demonstrated a positive contribution to the industry.
Scott Pawley, Managing Director of Global Travel Management was named as the 2023 winner.
Scott was described as having gone above and beyond throughout the course of 2023.
The dedication went on to say Scott “has led his business with ambition and dynamism” and recognised Scott’s “drive to fully maximise the use of technology to drive a first-class service to his corporate customers”.
Scott said, after the event,
I am delighted to receive this award. And I am particularly pleased that it has been presented for the way in which Global Travel Management has been able to deliver a first class service to every customer, by combining state of the art travel technology products and a team of experienced professional travel consultants with unrivalled experience in the business travel sector.
The dedication for Scott’s award also highlighted other areas of Global Travel Management’s business.
We have worked hard to neutralise the environmental impact of doing business with Global Travel Management. That’s why we have devoted so much time and expense in ensuring that we go beyond net zero by expanding the forest of trees planted by Global Travel Management and our customers to sequester all the carbon created by everything we do, every day.
You can find more about the GTM Carbon Offset Programme here. And, if you would like to subscribe – free of charge – to the weekly Global Travel Management business travel newsletter, drop us an email to email@example.com.