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PwC Selects QBT as their travel management provider

April 18, 2016 Business News No Comments Print Print Email Email

Following on from rigorous six-month tender process, QBT today announced that they have been appointed as the exclusive travel management services provider to PwC.

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Pictured (L-R); Andrew Burnes, Helloworld Limited CEO, Luke Sayers, PwC CEO,  Russell Carstenson, QBT General Manager

QBT’s Group General Manager, Russell Carstensen, said that this appointment further demonstrated QBT’s capabilities in providing travel services to large, complex businesses.

“This shows just how far QBT has come over the past 5 years and I could not be more proud of the whole team,” Mr Carstensen said. “This is also an important development for QBT as it proves not only that we have successfully reached a business-as-usual position with the Whole of Australian Government (WoAG) contract since that massive integration completed in July 2015, it also demonstrates our ability to service large, blue ribbon corporate businesses.”

“We’re very happy to have selected QBT as our travel partner, and look forward to working with them” commented Luke Sayers, CEO of PWC Australia and Vice-Chairman of PWC Asia Pacific.

Andrew Burnes, Helloworld CEO & Managing Director said “We are delighted to win the PwC account, and look forward to bringing all of Helloworld’s strengths to this relationship”

“The PwC win exemplifies QBT’s ability to service large scale businesses with complex travel program requirements and it has allowed us to further develop our technical capabilities at an accelerated pace,” Mr Carstensen added. “The knock-on effect is that both our current and prospective clients will reap the benefits of those developments.”

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