Travel Management Company Moves Into New Larger Premises

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CT Business Travel, specialists in travel management moves to new offices within Tunbridge Wells.

CT Business Travel is an award winning business travel agent that has been operating for over 21 years. Whilst trading conditions within the corporate travel sector are challenging much like the rest of the travel industry, CT Business Travel is still managing steady growth. This has meant that it has finally outgrown its offices and the company relocated to more suitable larger premises in early November 2011.

Another key driver for the move was bringing all staff and departments under one roof. Due to the companies’ growth and expansion over the last few years, its business was spread across several offices within Tunbridge Wells; a less than ideal situation. However, the new office located in Tunbridge Well’s Orchard Business Park means the company can finally have the entire business under one roof.

CT Business Travel Managing Director Mark Kempster commented, “The move certainly had its challenges as we were hoping to be settling into our new premises in the summer of this year. But converting an industrial unit into a modern office space was always going to be a huge project, so I’m very thankful we’re finally in our new building, which should serve us for a good number of years to come as there’s plenty of space for us to expand further”.

The move could not have come at a better time for the business travel operator as recently the company took on two new recruits to help service the growing number of client accounts the company now has.

With its UNIGLOBE membership status CT Business Travel provides its corporate travel services such as organising domestic rail bookings, business flights, and hotel accommodation worldwide to an impressive range of national and international clients.

For more information on how to become a client of CT Business Travel and the services it provides, call 01892 673 427.

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