Published on Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Diversity Travel joins Advantage Business Travel

Diversity Travel has joined Advantage Business Travel.

With offices in Manchester, London and Arlington in the US, Diversity Travel provides a fully integrated service to clients in the charity, academic and not-for-profit sectors.

It currently has 175 staff globally with plans to further expand following several new client wins earlier this year. Growth in the US market is a key area of focus.

Last year saw the appointment of Beverly Weir, vice president of sales and account management, indicating an investment in the US.

Christopher Airey, managing director of Diversity Travel, said: "We are extremely excited to have joined Advantage Business Travel. We feel that this partnership will enable us to offer clients an even wider range of choice when booking their travel, ultimately improving their overall experience. We're looking forward to sharing knowledge and best practice within the Advantage Business Travel network."

Advantage Travel Partnership CEO Julia Lo Bue-Said added: "Diversity Travel's continued work in support of charity and academic services is incredibly inspiring and we look forward to assisting them in growing their business and network of academic clients through a wide range of added value products and services available at Advantage and WIN Global Travel Network.

"We are extremely proud to welcome Diversity Travel and look forward to seeing their growth in the UK and US markets in 2020."

Advantage Business Travel now has 123 travel management company which collectively produce over £3.5 billion of business travel sales each year.

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