Inntel wins National House Building Council as client following tender process

Agency successful in its bid for corporate travel contract of home construction warranty and insurance provider NHBC.

Jane Dibble
Jane Dibble

Inntel will manage all aspects of NHBC’s corporate travel programme including meetings, events, accommodation and travel.

NHBC is a leading home construction warranty and insurance provider for new and newly-converted homes in the UK.

"Following an extensive tender process, NHBC is pleased to appoint Inntel as its new travel partner. During the tender process Inntel demonstrated a proactive, hands-on approach to client management and a willingness to put users at the heart of their travel offering.

"Both of which were key in securing NHBC’s business. Over the coming years, NHBC is looking forward to forming a close and mutually beneficial partnership with the Inntel Team," said Shion Vassell, procurement business partner at NHBC.  

Jane Dibble, director of business development at Inntel: "We are thrilled that NHBC have chosen Inntel to be their business travel provider.

"We have several clients in the construction industry so we have strong experience and knowledge in this field. We look forward to working collaboratively with NHBC and to offering a first-class travel management service that fulfils their company requirements."

This is the second client in the construction industry won by Inntel in the last three months, following the Galliford Try contract win in Dec 2017.

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