Four new apprentices join Good Travel Management to strengthen business travel agency offering

27th April 2017

As our operations throughout the country go from strength to strength, we welcome four new apprentices to our business travel teams .

Our previous apprenticeship scheme was a roaring success with Jack, Chelsea and Molly becoming experienced consultants and assets to the company.. Situated throughout our 3 locations Hull, Stockport and the West Midlands the new wave of apprentices will embark on their journey to become fully qualified Business Travel Consultants. For the Hull team we welcome Sophie Woolston Fun Fact: Sophie loves the outdoors and is a keen camper! For the Leeds team we welcome Ellie Lammiman Fun Fact: Ellie has a phobia of Crisps! For our Stockport team we welcome Holly Hunt Fun Fact: Holly has a passion for travel and her favourite destination is Las Vegas. She has visited Las Vegas 6 times so far! For the West Midlands team we welcome Olivia Ward Fun Fact: Every Christmas Olivia replaces a Christmas present with a World Gift from CAFOD We wish all four of our new apprentices all the best within their new roles as they settle into the Good Travel Management family. As a business we pride ourselves on our team members and the service they provide. Our retention levels demonstrate both the loyalty and commitment of our people and we are proud that many have now been with us for 10 years or more.

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