CWT has rejoined the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), a year after it cancelled the company’s corporate membership.
The B2B4E travel management platform withdrew from the association in the wake of allegations against CEO Scott Solombrino, who has since been cleared.
As an active member, CWT will work with GBTA to further augment its customer and supplier needs, as the industry recalibrates for safe and sustainable post-pandemic business travel.
“Now, more than ever, our industry must stand together to serve corporate travellers the world over as the post-pandemic return to travel gains momentum, and I am excited about the potential of our new partnership with GBTA,” said Michelle McKinney Frymire, CWT’s CEO. “We look forward to playing an active role at GBTA events and meetings, and in various joint industry research initiatives.”
“We are delighted that CWT has taken the decision to rejoin GBTA at this crucial time for our industry, as we return to business travel. Collaboration and thought leadership is such an important element of the association, and it’s vital to have representatives from a global TMC such as CWT,” said Suzanne Neufang, CEO of GBTA.