Good Travel Management targets the SME market with new website

16th July 2019

Hull headquartered travel management company, Good Travel Management, has today unveiled its new website outlining how it solves business travel related problems for small to medium-sized companies.

Their team of business travel experts are also supplying their expertise for free within their blog and downloadable resources, to help the wider small-medium business community manage their business travel more effectively. The new website details Good Travel Management's business travel solutions such as access to a personal travel team, strategic account manager, real-time travel analytics, online booking, expense management and travel risk technology. Good Travel Management's track record in customer service features throughout the new website, with impressive statistics from their latest customer survey as well as detailed case studies that give an insight into how the travel management company makes a difference to its customers. Wayne Durkin, Head of Sales, Marketing and Account Management said, "We kept hearing that smaller organisations wanted the same benefits larger clients get from big travel management companies, yet their spend wasn't big enough to attract their attention. "All of our customers get a personal service, something our whole team is proud of, but they also get pro-active consultative advice on how best to manage their business travel along with innovative technology from our carefully selected partners to ensure they're managing their travel effectively." Kevin Harrison, Managing Director of Good Travel Management, added, "Service is always our top priority, and we don't think this is something small-medium sized organisations should have to compromise on. "Just because a company has fewer employees or a smaller turnover, doesn't mean they don't experience similar issues to their larger peers. Rather than a one size fits all approach, we work diligently to get to know our customers and understand what's important to them and evolve with them as they grow. That's why customers stay with us." Feedback from Kepi International, a global construction, oil & gas and facilities management provider with 44 employees demonstrates the true value of working with Good Travel Management. Su Gorbutt, Office Manager, commented; "Since working with Good Travel Management, we've seen actual cost savings of 12% along with 350 working hours saved. They are professional, efficient, thorough and always working with our company's' best interests at heart when providing useful alternative suggestions. No request is too small, and they are always at the end of the phone to provide help when it's needed." It's that personal service that Good Travel Management prides itself on and one of the key reasons its team believes their proposition for small-medium sized companies stands out. As well as Kepi International, Good Travel Management's customers include hundreds of small-medium sized and family businesses such as Nest, Kingspan, ThyssenKrupp and Portakabin, to name just a few. The new website also offers an insight into the history of Good Travel Management who's IATA licence dates back to 1946, showcases its family values and provides an insight into its social responsibility initiatives and charitable foundation - The Matthew Good Foundation. Visitors are encouraged to explore the new website and sign up to the blog at

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