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2020 PREVIEW Role


Achievement isn’t only measured in figures. The Globe Travel Awards are about celebrating success in every form, which is why we have three special awards for individuals and companies who’ve inspired, innovated and shaped the industry. Unlike the other awards, which are voted for by agents, they’re judged by a panel of experts – but it’s up to you to put people forward. So if there’s a colleague, contact or ground-breaking company you think deserves recognition, this is your chance to shine a light on them.


THE PENNY AKAM UNSUNG HERO AWARD This award, sponsored by Affordable Car Hire and named in honour of Travel Weekly’s late Penny Akam, recognises individuals who have


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Three special awards celebrate those who’ve made a standout contribution to the industry


gone the extra mile to improve the lives of those around them – whether it’s working around the clock to help things run smoothly, fundraising for a cause close to their heart or doing something exceptional in the community. Last year, Hays Travel’s Alexandra Turner- Davis, who was diagnosed with a rare form of throat cancer in 2014, won the award after raising more than £50,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust and setting up her own charity to support young people diagnosed with cancer. The winners are extraordinary individuals who deserve recognition, and it’s up to you to highlight their achievements. Nominate now: If you’d like to put forward a colleague or contact, email oliver.palmer@ jacobsmediagroup.com with their name, details and the reasons you think they deserve to win, by December 11.


THE INNOVATION IN TRAVEL AWARD Sponsored by Travelport, this accolade celebrates those who have pushed the boundaries. Last year’s winner was artificial intelligence company bd4travel, which applied previously untested technology to a client’s business and had a clear impact on its bottom line. But it’s not only about tech; it could be


a person who spotted a ground-breaking opportunity and ran with it, a company that has made its business more efficient with a new process or any firm that’s created an innovative solution to a key industry problem. Nominate now: Individuals and companies can put themselves forward or be nominated, as long as they’re based in the UK. Download an entry form at globetravelawards.co.uk (under Special Awards) or email oliver.palmer@ jacobsmediagroup.com by December 11.


THE OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD The ultimate accolade, the Outstanding Achievement Award, sponsored by Avis, honours travel greats who have made a significant contribution to the industry. Recent winners have included Jet2 chief executive Steve Heapy, travel industry photographer Steve Dunlop, Celebrity Cruises’ Jo Rzymowska and Abta chairman Noel Josephides. It can be any individual who’s carved out a distinguished career in the industry, shaping it for the better through hard work, commitment, dedication and the type of passion that makes the travel industry what it is. The winner is chosen by a panel of travel experts, so look out for an announcement at travelweekly.co.uk, or follow @travelweekly on Twitter.


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Nominate now at globetravel awards.co.uk


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