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Exhibition News April 2015
April 2015

Portman Travel merges offices to become Portman Events
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Portman Travel Northampton Groups, Meetings and Conferences has re-branded and re-launched as Portman Events following a merger with the Southampton branch.

Six years ago, Portman Travel consisted of one conference and event organiser and has grown to its current size of 17. The events team now operates from one location, providing what operations manager, Angie Dewey, says is a “one-stop-shop for client needs”.

“Should they wish to hold a conference abroad, fly the delegates there and provide transfers and accommodation, for example, we will have one dedicated person who can deal with it all,” she adds.


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