Mdevents launches business travel division under mdgroup label

Agency mdevents has expanded its services under a new mdgroup umbrella with the launch of a travel management division.

Tarquin Scadding-Hunt, chief operating officer at mdgroup
Tarquin Scadding-Hunt, chief operating officer at mdgroup

The new division, mdtravel, will focus specifically on business travel and aim to build solutions to fit around clients’ plans, budgets and travel needs. The new development will allow mdevents to offer a more integrated service under the mdgroup umbrella.


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Tarquin Scadding-Hunt, chief operating officer at mdgroup, said: "The new umbrella provides us at mdgroup with the framework to expand our services to meet client-driven requests and create solutions for needs beyond our core foundation of events. It will enable customers to see past the traditional view of us as an events agency, because there really is so much more that we do."

As part of mdgroup’s new developments, it also now offers CPD-accredited events for a wide range of industry professionals in the corporate and life sciences arenas.

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