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The GTMC, the UK’s leading professional industry body representing travel management companies, has announced that Kwasi Kwarteng MP will be the opening political keynote speaker at the organisation’s 2011 Autumn conference. The all day event will take place on 31st October at London’s St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
(4 October 2011 – Paris, France) – The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) and the Guild of Travel Management Companies (GTMC) announced today that they signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The collaboration brings together the two foremost organisations representing the business travel sector
Founded thirty years ago and with its head office in Manchester, Expotel has evolved in recent years from a hotel booking company to a full service travel management company (TMC) with an annual turnover of £200m and 400 staff.
The GTMC’s chief executive Anne Godfrey has announced that Doha, Qatar will be the destination for the organisation’s 2012 overseas conference being held 11 – 13 May. Qatar Airways will be the headline sponsor and the conference will be held at the stunning Starwood W Hotel overlooking the Arabian Gulf.
Rail transactions down for the first time in five years.
Details of the second Twenty/20 networking event for GTMC members and partners.
Initial announcement about the GTMC's 2012 conference, sponsored by Qatar Airways.
Announcement of re-launch and graduation
Details of the GTMC's 2011 UK Conference
The GTMC has submitted a comprehensive response to the Labour Party’s call for ideas for its transport policy review. The review, entitled “Britain Better Connected” is part of a fundamental re-evaluation of Labour transport policy.