ITP – International Travel Partnership, one of the world’s fastest-growing travel management consortiums, is very pleased to announce the appointment of ETN Slovakia to the ITP Network. ETN is a leading independent agent in the Slovak market with a strong focus on Corporate Travel Management.
Ian Epps, Director of Partnership Relations at ITP, said “We are very pleased to have a TMC with the experience and reputation of ETN as our agency partner in Slovakia. With its proximity to Germany and Austria as well as the main Eastern European markets, Slovakia is an important commercial market, located in the true heart of Europe.”
Milivoje Jocic, CEO of ETN, said, “In today’s business environment, in which international companies are trying to do business in both international and local markets, it is essential to be part of a strong and supportive multinational organisation. We are happy to become an ITP partner and explore the new horizons that partnership can offer. In turn, ETN will do its best to support ITP and its partners.”
About ITP – International Travel Partnership
ITP is one of the world’s fastest growing networked alliances of independent travel management companies with a strong portfolio of multinational corporate clients. It is a consortium in which most travel management companies are locally owned and managed and each is a market leader. Each ITP partner is able to combine the care and attentive service required on a local basis with a full travel management service for multinational clients.
About ETN Slovakia
Established in 1994, ETN Slovakia is a Travel Management Company (TMC) and our main priority is to serve corporate clientele and the accommodation of their specialist requirements. Years of prolonged relationships with our clients serve as testimony to the quality of our services. Our staff are highly trained and divided into teams, arranged in order to meet any and all possible enquiries at any given time. We utilise latest travel technology and offer full set of services ranging from but not limited to:
- Managing company’s approach toward travelling: Travel policy
- Negotiations with vendors
- Day-to-day corporate travel account management
- Traveller safety & security
- Travel & Expenses(T&E) data management