WorldPay has entered a corporate partnership with the Institute of Travel and Tourism (ITT).
The partnership will see WorldPay support the ITT across a range of events and initiatives designed to provide the travel and tourism sector with key industry insight and business intelligence.
Thomas Helldorff, Vice President Travel at WorldPay, says: “The travel and tourism industry is a very important market for us and we welcome this opportunity to become even more involved in the travel community. We’re looking forward to actively participating in ITT events and hope to become an invaluable knowledge source for ITT members.”
Steven Freudmann, ITT Chairman, says: “We’re delighted to welcome WorldPay on board as a Corporate Partner. The company’s specialist knowledge will be greatly appreciated to our Members, many of whom already experience the dedicated support and insight WorldPay provides. We look forward to working with the team over the next year.”
WorldPay has extensive experience in the travel section, working with travel agents, hotels, cruise companies, rail operators, car hire companies and airlines of all sizes to optimise payment acceptance.
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