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GTMC membership grows with the addition of Traveleads

The GTMC has announced that Leeds-based travel management company (TMC), Traveleads, has become its latest member. The TMC will benefit from representation at the GTMC’s specialist strategy groups, access to senior contacts within member and partner companies, networking events and much more.

With over 40 years’ experience, Traveleads provides a wide variety of business, luxury and other bespoke services to its clients, working within range of sectors including corporate, sports and television and film.  

Paul Wait, chief executive of the GTMC commented:   “We are thrilled to have Traveleads join the GTMC as our newest member. With decades of experience in providing tailored business travel solutions across a wide range of industries, the Traveleads team has a strong reputation within the TMC community. We look forward to them joining our strategy sessions where we share knowledge and best practice. They will bring important insight to support our lobbying around promoting and protecting the interests of the business traveller.”  

Gary McLeod, joint managing director, Traveleads, added:   ““We are pleased to align with the GTMC, a proactive trade body with clear focus on the professional aspects of TMC activity. The GTMC’s lobbying on critical industry matters in recent years has been impressive and we see membership as an excellent forum for sharing information.  With the GTMC proving itself an able forum for the gathering and broadcast of collective opinion, we are excited to add our voice to our fellow TMCs.”  

The GTMC is the UK's leading professional body for travel management companies. The diverse membership accounts for over 80 per cent of UK expenditure on managed business travel, delivering value for money and great service to business travellers in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.

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