The company, which established an office in Amsterdam in 2012, has secured four Dutch multinational clients with a total annual business travel spend of £1.4 million in the past year. It now handles 20 corporate clients from its office in Amsterdam.
Since becoming the European anchor for CTM Group in January 2015, Chambers has pursued expansion in the Netherlands via tenders for major clients based in this market. The company is now looking to expand its local operation and recruit additional staff.
“Chambers is a global boutique agency that is large enough to offer best-in-class technologies, agile enough to remain responsive and flexible, and wholly centred on providing an outstanding customer experience,” said Chris Thelen, CEO, Chambers Travel Group.
“We have experienced exceptional growth in the Netherlands over the last year, thanks to our bespoke approach to managing travel for global clients who are headquartered in this market and have international travel programmes,” he added.
Chambers Travel Group is staging its first ever ‘Chambers Chatter’ forum in Amsterdam for existing and potential clients on 23 April at the Amsterdam American Hotel.
Chambers Chatter forums have already been held successfully in London and Munich. The learning and networking seminars for travel management and MICE clients are designed to encourage debate and discussion about emerging industry trends.