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The GTMC, the UK’s leading professional industry body representing travel management companies, has announced that Chiltern Railways has become the organisation’s thirtieth supplier partner and the fourth to sign up this year.
A Fair tax on Flying *(FToF) campaign today announced the addition of two
new members - the Guild of Travel Management Companies (GTMC) and the
World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). The FToF campaign also confirmed that it is in dialogue with a number of other organisations about participation in the group.
Businesstaxis.com has become the latest GTMC partner. The company offers a range of executive level, meet and greet private transfer services, for individuals or group travel.
GTMC chief executive Anne Godfrey, has announced the line up of senior personnel elected to join the Board of the UK’s leading professional industry body for travel management companies
The GTMC has expressed some concern at December 2011's BSP figures detailing air sales in the UK.
The GTMC has reacted enthusiastically to the announcement made today by Transport Secretary Justine Greening, on the future of High Speed Rail (HS2)
The GTMC has announced that the train operator First Great Western, has become the latest GTMC partner.
The GTMC has published its latest Benefits Survey indicating that TMCs are recruiting again and, with a relatively small pool of experienced staff looking for jobs, are using a diverse range of benefits to attract new employees and to retain existing qualified personnel.
GTMC reacts to announcement that Labour Party has reversed policy on Heathrow expansion.
GTMC urges policymakers to consider priorities of affordability, connectivity and productivity