Linkedin Article Published by Jo Lloyd, Partner – Nina & Pinta RFPs have long been a thorn in the side of the corporate travel industry, and try as we might, there doesn’t seem to be anything else to replace it as a means of negotiating agreements between buyers and suppliers. But perhaps we’re looking at […]

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Well-Regarded Industry Veteran Brings Wide Range of Experience to Independent Travel Consultancy Nina & Pinta announces the addition of travel industry leader Tom Stone to the company, effective immediately. He will be based in London, England. “We are thrilled to have Tom join our Nina & Pinta team,” said Jo-Anne Lloyd, Partner. “He will add undeniable […]

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LONDON, 6 February 2017 – Global strategic corporate travel consulting firm, Nina & Pinta, is delighted to announce that former lead of BCD Travel’s Research and Intelligence Department, Claudia Unger, has joined its team. A frequent speaker at global industry events, Claudia was charged with identifying ideas that businesses can use to improve their travel […]

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Nina & Pinta and Goldspring Consulting announce that they have agreed a strategic partnership. The agreement further positions both companies as leaders in independent travel management consulting, while broadening their international reach to better serve current and future clients. “It is with great enthusiasm that we announce our strategic partnership with Nina and Pinta,” said […]

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Amidst the current furore around agency marks-ups of airline tickets, I think this would be an opportune moment to depart from my normal position of promoting procurement excellence to express astonishment and bemusement at the sometimes illogical and indefensible behavior of my Procurement brethren. To those who have been living under a rock, a number […]

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In the race for the 2008 US presidency, Barack Obama waged one of the most effective campaigns in the history of electioneering. A change we can believe in was the slogan incessantly repeated in stump speeches and social media channels. After an eight-year Bush presidency, which included the questionable intervention in Iraq and a capitulating economy, the […]

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