Inntel CEO wins prestigious travel award at Global Leaders Dinner
At the recent GBTA Global Leaders Dinner in San Diego, Douglas O’Neill, CEO of meetings and travel management company Inntel, was awarded the Business Travel Service Award.
The award recognised his exceptional contribution to international travel management. O’Neill was also singled out for his pro-bono service to the Global Business Travel Association.
GBTA is the voice of the global business travel industry and relies on experienced and dedicated business travel industry professionals to guide its strategy and direction.
As chair of the GBTA’s Europe Meetings Committee Mr O’Neill willingly shares his broad insight into how companies prepare for home-based, off-site and international meetings attendance.
Catherine McGavock, GBTA’s regional vice president for EMEA, said: “This award recognizes the efforts of exceptional volunteers and Douglas in particular is being recognised for his contribution to the Institute of Travel Management and GBTA.
“Douglas has served our UK and Ireland partner, the Institute of Travel Management, as a board member and frequent contributor to ITM events. Douglas was a great board member, his contribution was invaluable; he was always reliable and supportive.”
Mr O’Neill said: “I am truly honoured to receive this global award, but it represents the hard work of all at Inntel as much as my own contribution. My amazing team make all this possible and they deserve to share in this wonderful recognition from such an influential organisation as the GBTA.”