BCD Travel Canada
The exemplary success of BCD Travel Canada is based on long experience in managing business trips, organizing group and meeting trips, and providing advice and accreditation services across Canada. Founded in 1953, the company has established itself as a national leader in serving a diverse clientele, including a number of Fortune 500 companies. Our industry knowledge, experience and commitment are the foundation of unmatched expertise which allows us to develop the most comprehensive and best programs available.
Our customers are our reason for being; we offer intelligent technology solutions for managing your travel programs and services, and we help you integrate these solutions into your business strategy. Our experienced team provides our clients with an exemplary level of service and an informed leadership. Our traditional and online services are all available in English and French, and we have developed leading-edge business processes through constantly evolving best practices resulting from every new opportunity we have.
Under the leadership of SVP Rob McTeague, our business model builds on the breadth, diversity and experience of our talented management team, whose expertise in travel management which supports the spirit of the business.
Facts and figures
Loyalty of the clientele
We maintain the industry’s most consistent client retention rate.
Sales in Canada
$ 250 million CAN
$ 27.5 billion
Number of Canadian employees
Total number of employees worldwide
More than 14,900 creative, committed and experienced people.
Points of Service
Major markets in Canada, including Mississauga and Montreal
In more than 100 countries
Worldwide: Utrecht, Netherlands
Europe: Utrecht, Netherlands
UK and Ireland: London
The Americas: Atlanta
BCD Online Events
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