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Article from BTNews 9 SEPTEMBER 2019

BTA membership on a roll

The Business Travel Association (BTA) has welcomed eight new members to its growing portfolio of travel management companies, only a few weeks after its rebrand from the GTMC (BTN 8 July).

Incoming CEO Clive Wratten, who replaced Adrian Parkes when Parkes retired this summer, said: “We’re excited to welcome eight new members to the BTA, only a few weeks after we revealed our new branding.

“Through joining the BTA, the new members have the opportunity to participate in a number of high-profile networking and industry events, enabling us to cement further their plans for future growth.

“It’s a testament to our work and we look forward to working with them and supporting them with the opportunities that being a BTA member brings.”

The newcomers are ABT UK, Beyond Business Travel, Global Travel Management, Omega Business Travel, Quintessentially CTM, Sunways Business Travel, The Travel Company Edinburgh and Wotton Travel.

The BTA has been steadily expanding the scope of its work with initiatives to future-proof the industry, including liaison with government, promoting the economic benefits of business travel and developing talent.


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