UK travel management company Click Travel has been recognised as a high-flying Tech firm by being granted entry into the Future Fifty.
The programme is a government-backed initiative aimed at maximising business potential and counts Skyscanner, AO.com, Zoopla and Deliveroo among its alumni.
Click Travel said Future Fifty will give it access to a valuable peer network, expert-led classes and workshops as well as a higher profile in the technology world.
The firm will also become part of a business network able to influence government policy and inspire the next generation.
Click Travel was chosen by a judging panel comprising of tech entrepreneur experts who picked it out for its potential to grow and become a leading player in the tech sector.
Jill Palmer, chief executive of Click Travel, said: “We’ve used technology to transform the experience of booking business travel – it is now simple, easy, cost-effective and even fun.
“Being included in the Future Fifty gives us an incredible opportunity to learn from our peers and develop our platform even further. We are extremely grateful for the recognition and excited to be part of the programme.”
Future Fifty is the only programme for late-stage digital tech companies in the UK and is designed to help rapidly growing businesses tackle the key scaling challenges they may often face.
Future Fifty companies have raised more than $5.5 billion in the past five years.