Travel Weekly announced Fox World Travel as the winner of the 2019 Magellan Gold Award in the category of overall training program. Fox won the award for the development of its one-of-a-kind Fox Professional Travel Certification program.
Now in its third year of operation, the Travel Management Best Practices Course empowers travel managers with the knowledge and tools to best navigate the initiatives unique to their program. This program was created with those in charge of corporate travel in mind and features courses across the country, all instructed by the subject matter experts at Fox World Travel.
“Our travel managers were asking us for special training workshops,” said Emily Wright, administrator of the Fox Professional Travel Certification program. “There are limited options out there that apply to the skills needed to be a travel manager, so we created our own that addresses the complexities of travel.
This award marks the second consecutive gold award Fox has received. Both in different categories, this fulfills Fox’s vision to change the travel industry through innovation and inspiration.
The Magellan Awards honor outstanding design, marketing and services in a broad range of industry segments including hospitality, travel destinations, cruise lines, online travel services, airlines and airports, travel agents and agencies, tour operators and ground transportation.
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