Clyde Travel Management were delighted to be named Most Engaged Business Travel Agent of the Year 2019 at the Advantage Travel Partnership’s Big Celebration Lunch, held on Friday 27th September at Hilton London Bankside.

The event is now in it’s fourth year and looks to recognise the award-winning businesses and people that contribute to the success of the Advantage group.

Advantage are the UK’s largest independent travel agent group, the leisure and business travel agents who are part of the group are each independently owned, but as a collective they produce over £4.5 billion of travel sales each year.

This award recognises the strong collaboration and engagement that has taken place between ourselves and the Advantage Travel Partnership over the last 12 months.

On receiving the reward, Clyde Travel Director, Paul Cronje commented: “There has been an incredible amount of work conducted between ourselves and Advantage Travel over the last year, with my personal highlight being the establishment of Clyde Travel AB as the Scandinavian representative of the WIN Travel Network.

“We are delighted to be involved in such an incredible and far reaching collaboration as WIN, as it aims to be recognised as the most successful, innovative and respected global travel network in the world.

“I would like to offer my thanks to the team at Clyde Travel, and indeed Advantage, for all their hard work in creating such a vibrant partnership.”

Benefits to clients of Clyde being part of WIN include increased buying power, consolidated data, access to leading hotel programmes, and enhanced local market knowledge, as well as a presence in all marketplaces, and the ability to tender for contracts on a global basis in partnership with other affiliated partners.

Its goal is to exceed the global reach of any single multi-national travel management company (TMC) and looks to achieve this by bringing together partners in over 70 countries and every global region, providing 6,000+ network locations worldwide and 30,000 members of staff.

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