Travel Edge Expands Corporate Division

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Over the past year, Travel Edge’s Corporate division – headed by Executive Vice President Eric Holenka – has developed through the expansion of its client services team; upgrades to its technology platforms; admission into the Radius Travel consortium; and the addition of a big client—an international beverage and events company with a yearly spend on corporate travel of over $10 million.

Travel Edge’s Corporate division, a global travel management company with boutique-style client service, took part in a competitive bid against other major North American travel management companies to add the client to its expanding portfolio.

Travel Edge Corporate says the structure of the company offers clients a competitive advantage without sacrificing service levels when compared to larger travel management companies. It offers personalized service (supporting the growing trend of Bleisure travel – where travelers extend their business trips to spend leisure time in destination) and draws on its technology and preferred partners.

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Travel Edge is a $750 million, privately held company specializing in Leisure, Corporate & Events, and Tours travel. Its Corporate & Events division has four offices and 100 corporate travel and event planners specializing in tailored and full-service travel management solutions.

In other Travel Edge news, the company recently hired Michael Johnson as its executive vice president. His role is extending the agency's lead in luxury travel.

For more information, visit https://www.traveledge.com/corporate/

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