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Agency & Association

ACS audiovisual solutions continues as preferred supplier of Amsterdam RAI

This week it was announced that ACS audiovisual solutions once again is designated as preferred supplier of audiovisual facilities at Amsterdam RAI. In advance of the final decision a comprehensive tender procedure was started in which the offer of ACS was extensively examined.

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Britain on course for £20bn international spend for the first time

New results suggest that Britain needs just £700 million of tourist spend in December 2013 to hit a yearly figure of £20bn - a sum never before reached in a calendar year. Considering Britain has seen an average December spend of £1.3 billion over the last five years, this is highly likely.

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UNIGLOBE Preferred Travel expands with new jobs and better London base

UNIGLOBE Preferred Travel (UPT) has been actively recruiting new staff and has relocated its London operation to bigger, better offices as part of ongoing expansion plans.
The move to Buckingham Gate in SW1 will provide a more central location for the business travel management firm.


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CWT awarded ISO14001 re-accreditation until 2016

Carlson Wagonlit Travel UK (CWT) has once again successfully achieved ISO14001 accreditation from the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) substantiating that its Environmental Management System (EMS) delivers best practice standards and operates compliant procedures. This is another great step towards achieving the company’s Responsible Business Ambition 2015.

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BHA voices concern over impact of tube strikes on London hospitality and tourism businesses

The British Hospitality Association (BHA)  has voiced concerns that the proposed industrial action by London Underground staff and the subsequent closure of Underground stations on 4, 5, 11 and 12 February will be detrimental for hospitality and tourism businesses in and around central London.

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