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An account manager’s guide to achieving global efficie...

Insight from Vibeke Banuren, Head of Implementation & Account Management at ATPI Griffinstone Norway Find out more

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How global TMCs support growing multinationals

Discover why growing multinational companies need a global TMC to realise their ambitions. Find out more

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Making Sense of Marine Fares

Over 40 years ago the concept of marine fares originated to address the specific nuances associated with the shipping industry. In this expert insight we discuss why these fares are still relevant in a market undergoing so much change. Find out more

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Shipping Outlook Magazine

Welcome to a special edition of ATPI’s Shipping Outlook which has been produced to offer insights and advice for buyers and procurement professionals within the Shipping industry. Read the article

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How To Streamline The Travel Process

Traveller profile data is key and we know that information is often found scattered around in systems, tools and databases. All of this information is vital when booking a business trip
and can often be a challenge to keep up to date. Read the article

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How Green Is Your Event?

Lots of corporates, especially multinationals government agencies, include corporate social responsibility (CSR) in their marketing strategy. ATPI Corporate Events’ Yolanda Logt discusses how simple event sustainability is and shares some useful tips. Read the article

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What Makes The Ideal Sports Event Partner

Managing sports events is challenging; Michiel Aulbers discusses why it is integral to work with a partner who has the resources, contacts and teams required for this demanding, dynamic industry. Watch the video

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Dangerous Waters

Some 90 per cent of the world’s traded goods are transported by sea. Often unknown, or little talked about, is the fact that piracy is a growing problem for the shipping industry. Maritime sector specialist Pippa Strasser-Ganderton talks dangerous waters. Read the article