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GBTA Session Overview: Startup Stories

Within these sessions, panellists were asked to provide their opinion on several questions in regards to startups within the travel industry. The panellists were… Curb Mobility – Taxi app based in the USA Sion – Commission claiming company Tramada – Mid & Back Office company

Welcome to the Network: In Out Travel

WIN is delighted to announce that the award-winning In Out Travel has become the latest WIN Partner in Spain. In Out Travel has been one of the corporate travel sector’s leading agencies since 1997. They specialise in the organisation of events, congresses and incentive trips

Nadine Holly joins the WIN team

Nadine Holly joins WIN as Supplier Partnership Manager. Nadine joins WIN as Supplier Partnership Manager from WorldHotels where she held the position of Regional Sales Manager UK & Ireland. Nadine brings with her a wealth of supplier partnership and market knowledge having previously held roles

WIN Global Travel Network at GBTA 2019

WIN Global Travel Network will be exhibiting at GBTA Convention 2019. This year’s GBTA Convention will take place in Chicago, IL from 03  - 07 August 2019. The convention is The Business Travel Event of the Year® featuring 400+ exhibiting companies, 175+ education & professional

WIN launches International Meetings and Events offering

WIN has launched a meetings and events offering, WIN M&E, to provide support to its global travel network of 6,000 travel agent members in over 70 countries worldwide looking to grow their Meetings and Events business. The news follows Advantage Travel Partnership launching its meetings

ITMC Summit 2019, Duty of Care round-up

At the recent ITMC Summit in Fujairah we had an excellent line-up of speakers and informative sessions over the three days. One of the sessions was ‘When things go wrong – Duty of Care’, led by Richard Savva. Duty of Care is a very current

Brexit is not just about the UK…

Brexit or the British withdrawal from the EU has been in the news for the last 4 years, since it was announced Britain would hold a referendum for the people to vote on whether we should remain in or leave the EU. The referendum in