Travelodge partners with the Purpose Coalition on levelling up policy

Friday, 26 Aug, 2022 0

Budget hotel chain Travelodge announced a joint partnership with Purpose Coalition on a Levelling Up Impact Report. 

The study will set out its contribution to the UK levelling up agenda.

The Impact Report will highlight the work Travelodge is doing to deliver on Levelling Up goals in the UK.

Travelodge operates over 590 hotels across the UK, Ireland and Spain and employs over 10,000.

The Purpose Coalition is made up of the UK leaders and organisations.

Established in 2021 by former Education Secretary Rt Hon Justine Greening with input from businesses, universities and policymakers, it is designed to provide a framework to help tackle the challenges following the pandemic.

The Goals are the first major piece of work by the Purpose Coalition, which includes major organisations, such as Amazon, the BBC, UKPN, Barts Health NHS Trust, Northumbria University and many others.

Hannah Thomson, Travelodge, Chief People Officer said: “We are delighted to be working with the Purpose Coalition and supporting the levelling up agenda across the UK.  We pride ourselves on having a diverse and inclusive workforce and encourage our colleagues to take advantage of the many opportunities within our organisation.”



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