Europcar is reinforcing its commitment to the business travel sector by attending this year’s Business Travel Show. Playing host to 6,500 travel professionals, the Business Travel Show gives Europcar the opportunity to demonstrate its latest travel solutions and partnerships designed for businesses and their employees. Plus, visitors to the Europcar stand will have the chance to win a weekend’s hire of the Mercedes-Benz E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid SE Saloon as well as tickets to an Arsenal FC match at The Emirates, celebrating Europcar’s appointment as the Official Car & Van Rental Partner for the Club.
Combining excellent customer care with innovation, Europcar is focusing on delivering the best business travel experience for employers and their staff. New initiatives featured at the Business Travel Show will include the new ‘ToMyCar’ service which uses a mobile app to help business travellers cut out delays in the vehicle collection process. With no need to go into a Europcar branch, travellers just tap a button on the ‘ToMyCar’ app to unlock their rental vehicle and get on the road.
The service Europcar provides to enhance the business travel agent offering will also be featured at the Show, as the only hire company with a delivery and collection service that is fully bookable through travel agents’ GDS systems. Europcar is also capitalising on the latest tracking technology to enable business travel agents’ to provide duty of care support to employers by tracking and managing employees’ vehicle usage.
“In terms of business travel, Europcar focuses on three key areas – value, speed and convenience - to ensure that corporate travellers’ needs are met” explained Ken McCall, Managing Director, Europcar UK Group. “By understanding the importance of these factors, Europcar is able to develop new services that effectively cater to the changing demands of the market. Our attendance at this year’s Business Travel Show gives us the opportunity to showcase our latest initiatives, further reinforcing our commitment to this important component of the UK economy.”