BCD Travel expands into Cambodia

BCD Travel is expanding its Asia-Pacific operations with a new office in Cambodia in partnership with Tonle Travel.

BCD Travel expands into Cambodia
BCD Travel expands into Cambodia

C&IT's recent Incentive Report highlighted Cambodia as one of the destinations agencies and corporate buyers are most excited about for incentives in the next few years.

BCD Travel now has offices in 18 countries in the Asia-Pacfic region.

Greg O’Neil, president for Asia Pacific for BCD Travel, said: "With the solid economic outlook in Asia, we see great opportunity in continuing to expand our presence throughout the region. This new partnership sends a clear message: as a global player in the business travel market, we’re committed to helping corporate customers and their travellers travel smart and achieve more— wherever they need to be."

Tonle Travel, which specialises in corporate travel and inbound tours, has supported BCD Travel’s multinational customers in Cambodia for more than four years.

Tui Rutten, managing director of Tonle Travel, said: "Cambodia’s robust economic performance continues, with 7.5% anticipated real growth in 2015 and rising foreign direct investment. This growth in the manufacturing, construction and service sectors has resulted in increased demand for quality corporate travel management solutions.

"By partnering with BCD Travel, we can add immediate value to our Cambodian customers’ business travel programs, and foster new business development growth."

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
5 ways to bounce back from travel sickness

5 ways to bounce back from travel sickness

Wellness expert John Ayo shares his health tips to make sure you and your event don't have to suffer.

What's the biggest challenge for corporate event planners?

What's the biggest challenge for corporate event planners?

Panel of experts at Cvent Connect examine what will affect in-house event professionals most during the next three years.

Marketing budgets cut for the first time in seven years, says Bellwether Report

Marketing budgets cut for the first time in seven years, says Bellwether Report

Total marketing budgets fell in the third-quarter amid economic and political uncertainty, but outlook for 2020 is positive.

Event agency wins Best Business award

Event agency wins Best Business award

Sleek Events hailed as 'outstanding with year-on-year growth' by Best Business Women Awards.

Case study: Unbound's festival of innovation

Case study: Unbound's festival of innovation

Light Fantastic produced the two-day showcase featuring immersive experiences, hackathons and talks.

The Creative Engagement Group hires three senior creative directors

The Creative Engagement Group hires three senior creative directors

Agency brings in new staff to strengthen its creative team for live experiences, communications, interactive and immersive content.

Why flexible working is vital for parents in events

Why flexible working is vital for parents in events

Modern approaches to work are good for staff wellbeing and business goals, says The Creative Engagement Group's Russ Lidstone.

What are the pros and cons of helicopter travel?

What are the pros and cons of helicopter travel?

A helicopter can help to solve many logistical issues and clients often love them - but keep an eye on the weather.

World Congress of Optometry 2021 set for Melbourne

World Congress of Optometry 2021 set for Melbourne

Eye health professionals bound for Australia to share global knowledge, experience and practices.

Planners reveal the types of food most wasted at events

Planners reveal the types of food most wasted at events

Almost a third of industry professionals admit to wasting a significant amount of food at events, new research reveals.

LATEST JOBS