The acquisition brings the Quintessentially Travel Group turnover to £35 million, as it aims to extends its offering in the corporate travel and incentive market.
CJL Travel provides clients with a full range of corporate travel solutions, adhering to corporate policies and offering personalised services.
Ian Neale, Global CEO of Quintessentially Travel Group told C&IT that the acquisition was likely to enhance the group’s incentive offering. "We are delighted to acquire such a prominent corporate travel business with a strong industry reputation for providing a fantastic service to their established client base. We receive many requests from our Quintessentially membership and corporate clients to provide a comprehensive corporate travel service, so this will significantly enhance our offering in the market."
Edward Leigh, CEO of CJL Travel, added: "It’s an incredibly exciting time to be part of such a successful global brand. This will provide us with a great opportunity to extend Quintessentially’s excellent services and added value benefits to our own corporate client base and together provide a powerful travel offering in the market. I am very much looking forward to being part of Quintessentially."
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