The Business Travel Association (BTA) has announced Clyde Travel Management as its latest member.

Representing a diverse range of travel management companies – from global companies to small independent specialists and top regional agencies – their clients, partners and industry associates, the BTA is a recognised authority on business travel. Originally founded in 1967, it acts to lobby those who have an impact on the business travel community, together with promoting the activities of its members as the best in quality and value to the business traveller.

As a member of the BTA, Clyde has the opportunity to participate in a number of high profile networking and industry events, enabling us to further cement our plans for future growth and become part of an important voice in business travel lobbying in the UK on issues that matter to TMCs and their clients, and business travellers.

Adrian Parkes, CEO, BTA comments:

“We are delighted to welcome Clyde Travel Management as our first member under the new brand BTA, only a few weeks after it was announced and thrilled to be supporting the team with their positioning and business growth objectives.

“With 30 years of experience in the business travel sector, we look forward to the contribution Clyde will bring to the association and our wide range of industry partners, and we encourage them to work closely together to forge strong and meaningful partnerships that will benefit the business travel sector.”

Paul Cronje, Director, Clyde Travel Management adds:

“As we continue our expansion into overseas markets, with our newly established offices in Sweden and USA, it’s the perfect time to cement our status as one of the largest growing TMCs in the UK by joining the BTA.

“With this partnership we have the opportunity to work closely with peers and key travel industry suppliers, such as airlines, accommodation companies and technology providers, to provide streamlined solutions that will ultimately benefit our client base.”

For more information on BTA please visit: or call 020 3657 7010

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