Key Travel has announced that it has won the accounts of the NHS Confederation, the London Business School, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), Scottish Opera and faith organisation Winners’ Chapel.
Andy Speller, Key Travel’s managing director, told Public Sector Travel, “In the current economic conditions we have seen a trend for organisations to ask our advice on how to make their travel budget go further or achieve better value for money. We help them to do this by giving clients access to our unique portfolio of charity and academic fares that provide far better value than fares that can be found by searching the web. We also provide training for their staff on how to get the best deals and the lowest prices because how successfully they buy can make a real difference to how far the travel budget goes. We’ve had over thirty years experience serving this sector, and customers recognise that we are highly attuned to their need to make every penny count.”
Elaine Hunt, office manager at the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, said: “Key Travel works almost solely with not-for-profit organisations and therefore understands the way we operate and the particular needs of charities. This sets them apart from other providers.”
Darren Dear, senior HR Adviser at NHS Confederation, added: “Our decision to use Key Travel was based on their reputation within the not-for-profit sector. We also wanted to have one point of contact for all our account issues and enquiries and this is something that Key Travel was able to offer us.”To receive our free weekly round-up of all news stories from our site, click here
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