Wizme and GSA announce partnership

UK: Wizme and Global Secure Accreditation (GSA) have announced a partnership that will evaluate and organise the venues on Wizme’s site according to the ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management standard.

Wizme, a single integrated platform for meeting and event venues, and Global Secure Accreditation (GSA), a company working in physical and hygiene security accreditation and certification, have confirmed a partnership that will evaluate the venues and hotels on Wizme’s platform. These locations will now be filtered and searched based on the hygiene security information they have provided, preferably supported by external accreditation.

GSA has provided Wizme’s hygiene security criteria based on required standards and, moving forward, offers the opportunity to all registered venues to work towards formal certification under GSA’s Certificate of International Good Practice. Accommodation and meeting venues can also obtain expert consultancy services from GSA to support their ability to become compliant with the forthcoming ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management standard.

Nour Mouakke, CEO and founder of Wizme said: “Wizme is delighted to be associated with security experts Global Secure Accreditation at a time when safety is so important and will clearly influence the choice of venues for events when business returns. Being able to provide our clients – corporates, intermediaries and venues – with the opportunity to select or promote their commitment to hygiene security to support customer choice strengthens the quality of information hosted on our booking platform.”

Bob Quick, executive director and founder of GSA added: “Wizme’s approach puts traveller health and wellbeing at the heart of their offering, and as we all look towards a return to travel this will undoubtedly be an important factor for companies and their travellers when making decisions.”

For more information about Wizme and Global Secure Accreditation, please visit the respective links.

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