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16 March 2015

CTM employee recognised for outstanding work in WA

A Corporate Travel Management (CTM) executive has been recognised as one of the leading young business people in Western Australia for his corporate and philanthropic work.

Glenn Wilcox was recognised at the 40under40 awards, which selects the top 40 business people based on their commercial drive, but also their less recognised efforts contributing to WA charitable causes.

Mr Wilcox, who has been with CTM since 2008 and was appointed WA General Manager in 2012, led the company’s efforts in securing travel management services for many of WA’s leading resource companies, and supports charities including Ronald McDonald House, the RSPCA and the Australian Orangutan Project.

“It’s always pleasing to be recognised for your work, because all of my colleagues and I are extremely passionate about delivering value to our clients,” Mr Wilcox said.

“Taking part in a program such as the 40Under40 awards has provided me with a platform to reflect on my professional achievements. In partnership with a truly talented team at CTM, we have driven specialised travel solutions which cater for WA’s unique economy, enabling CTM to become the leading travel management company in the region.”

CTM’s CEO ANZ Laura Ruffles commented “Glenn continues to be a shining light for CTM and this recognition is very well deserved, he is an inspiration to the team, setting the highest standards for support of our clients and the community, we are all extremely proud of him”

Mr Wilcox has recently been promoted to a new role as CTM’s General Manager, New South Wales.

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