The British Educational Travel Association (BETA) is pleased to co-ordinate the British Youth Travel Awards. BETA is delighted to announce the shortlisted nominees for the 2014 British Youth Travel Awards.
With a record number of submissions received, our panel of judges had a tough task in scoring and debating the individual submissions. The high standard of the submissions we received this year are testament to quality our industry and the organisations that operate within it.
Here is what our judges had to say:
“It was a pleasure to judge the entries for this year’s British Youth Travel Awards. The standout category for me was the Customer Services, an integral part of all of our businesses and the examples shown in the submissions were excellent, many congratulations to all involved!” Graham Mckenzie, Travelmole
“I am extremely impressed by the volume and standard of entries into the 2014 British Youth Travel Awards. The ability of companies, organisations and individuals to generate innovative and creative solutions that deliver on objectives against a backdrop of increasing complexity and increased consumer demands is nothing short of astounding. Congratulations to all this year’s entrants and to BETA for continuing to champion the education travel sector” Mark Daykin, Google
“It’s always a pleasure to be involved in judging the BETA Awards. I’m always impressed by the quality, level of innovation and passion that goes behind so many of the companies operating in the educational sector and how it continues to inspires young people to travel and delivers real quality service- they are genuinely inspiring awards” Fiona Jeffery OBE, Just a Drop
“There were some really strong entries this year which meant the judges needed to be more critical than ever. But it was worth the time to read them all as there’s some impressive work going on in this industry.” Laura Porter, Freelance Travel Writer
BETA would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the organisations that entered this year’s awards.