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Reho Travel buys NGT Travel

Daisy Melwani

Helloworld for business members join forces.

Reho Travel (Reho) has acquired longstanding corporate conference and incentive company NGT Travel (NGT) to bolster business.

Both members of the Helloworld for business network, the purchase brings the together a team of 36 and an annual turnover of $45 million, Reho stated. Karsten Horne 1

Founded in Melbourne in 1989, NGT developed Australia’s first web based corporate rewards and employee recognition program, Achievement Rewards.

According to Reho managing director, Karsten Horne, adding NGT to its business will enable it to “deliver new levels of capability and value to our clients and enable us to further invest in technology with the support of an energetic and experienced team”.

Established in 1979, Reho expanded its Melbourne presence with a Sydney office in recent years, and despite focussing on its core corporate business, it also has leisure consultants and offers bespoke study tours.

“Our clients tell us that our technology suite of Amadeus, Tramada, Concur Travel and Expense, hero2 and Travel Analytics are clearly the best in the market but we are not resting there with a strong focus on continual innovation,” Horne said.

The majority of the NGT team will be retained by Reho and will work from both Melbourne and Sydney offices.

 

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