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Corporate to Kamp: Extending a Business Trip for a Safari of a Lifetime

Corporate to Kamp: Extending a Business Trip for a Safari of a Lifetime

By Molly McCoy, Community Manager Vacations & Cruises Manager Karen McCrink is not easily surprised. From planning client itineraries throughout the world to supervising the Atlas Travel leisure agents and supplier relations, Karen multitasks like it’s her job. In fact, it is. But in early May, she received a referral from the Atlas Travel corporate […]

Itinerary Feature: Italy & Croatia

By Molly McCoy, Community Manager This September, three couples are going to embark on a dream trip to Italy and Croatia, planned with care by Vacation Specialist Thecla Vis from our Vacations & Cruises division. Thecla has a long-standing relationship with one of these couples, and took some time to sit down with me and […]

Rewarding the Process, Not Just the Results: 5 Overlooked Opportunities

  The following is a blog post by Jennifer Vecchi, Manager of Individual Incentives and Recognition Programs at Atlas Travel. This post originally appeared on on May 8, 2012. Click here to view the original post.   When I first wrote about The People-First Approach: Rewarding the Process Rather Than the Results a month ago, it created […]

Welcome Lea Cahill!

A Message from Atlas Travel President and CEO Elaine Osgood… I am very pleased to introduce Atlas Travel’s new chief operating officer, Lea Cahill. Lea has been in the travel industry in New England since 1984, and has become a true leader in travel management company operations and travel technology, honing a skill set that […]

Atlas Travel Ranks 18 on WPO’s 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned Companies

On April 26, the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO), in partnership with American Express OPEN, released the fifth ranking of the 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned/led companies in North America. The Top 50 generated a combined $4 billion in 2011 revenues (mean of $80.1 million) and collectively employed 26,883 in 2011 (projected 34,550 employees in 2012). Atlas […]