In the world of corporate travel, change is the only constant. It is with this spirit of evolution that we are proud to announce the latest landmark in our journey. As we continue our mission to revolutionise the corporate travel experience, we’re thrilled to have acquired the Wexas Travel Management corporate customer base.
What This Means for Good Travel Management
The acquisition represents much more than just business growth; it’s a fusion of values, expertise, and commitment. Wexas has been a beacon of excellence in the corporate travel landscape, known for their high-quality service and experienced team.
With their addition, GTM now boasts a team of over 50 passionate professionals, all unified under a single vision – to deliver unparalleled corporate travel solutions.
Looking to the Future
Kevin Harrison, our Managing Director, perfectly encapsulated our sentiments, saying, “This is a monumental step for both companies. Our shared commitment to excellence and client satisfaction ensures that this merger is not just a business decision, but a pledge to set new benchmarks in the industry.”
Whilst the Wexas team will continue to operate from their central London location, their integration into the Good Travel Management framework ensures that all clients, old and new, will receive seamless service, informed by decades of collective experience.
Embracing Sustainability and Legacy
At GTM, our commitment to sustainability and legacy remains unwavering. As part of the John Good Group, a company with roots dating back to 1833, we’ve always sought to strike the perfect balance between tradition and innovation. Our collaboration with Wexas further strengthens this commitment, ensuring we pave the way for a sustainable, efficient, and client-centric future in corporate travel.
To our loyal clients and partners, thank you for being an integral part of our journey. As we embark on this new chapter, rest assured that our dedication to serving your needs will only grow stronger.
Together, let’s continue to shape the future of corporate travel.