Value for business travel

Having spread its footprint to Mumbai and Bengaluru with offices in the two cities, STG Journey India is looking to open more branches in the coming years.

Manas Dwivedi

The previous year was a satisfactory one for STG Journey India, when it established itself as one of the most reliable corporate travel companies in the market by bringing best corporate travel solutions for business. In 2020, the company wants to provide best value, customised travel services and programmes to business, and give them a wider option of best negotiable rates. “Our main goal is to simplify business trips by providing customised travel solutions to business so we can address their travel needs, enabling us to achieve excellent customer satisfaction,” says Arun Prakash Choubey, Managing Director, STG Journey India, talking about plans for and expectations from 2020. “This will be a challenging year, keeping in mind the rising expectations of business travellers, but we don’t see challenges as hurdles because without facing challenges, no business can have real taste of success. I believe that the best negotiable rate is the need of the hour,” he shares.

Our goal is to simplify trips by providing customised travel solutions to business so that we can address their travel needs

The travel agent community is indeed quite important for the success of the company. “We are looking forward to using innovative ideas to provide customised corporate travel packages keeping in mind business budgets,” says Choubey.

For him, the mantra of success primarily depends on four factors- quality, responsiveness, reliability, and effectiveness. Not one, but two things that drive the company are dedication and commitment for bringing best travel solutions to all businesses. “The vision is to become most trusted and reliable corporate travel company in the world that is known for its customer satisfaction and 24×7 assistance,” he says.

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