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Babble shows its commitment to the UK travel industry by joining ABTA as a Partner

Babble, one of the UK’s leading providers of cloud-based communications technology, has just joined the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) as a Partner. This announcement proves Babble’s commitment to its strategic expansion into the UK travel sector.

Current travel clients in the babble portfolio include operators such as Secret Escapes and Attraction Tickets Direct; and hotels such as Park Plaza, Guoman Hotels and Jurys Inn.

However, the company is currently talking to over ten other businesses following its focus on travel.

Andrew Crowe, Consultant for Babble, said: “Becoming an ABTA Partner was a sensible step for us to increase our presence within the travel sector, a strategic area for us in 2019. We are delighted to be part of the ABTA community and look forward to learning more about the issues particularly facing travel.”

Further information

Andrew Crowe, Babble andrew.crowe@babble.cloud

Debbie Hindle and Enrique Martin, Four Communications.

Debbie.hindle@fourcommunications.com

Enrique.martin@fourcommunications.com

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