www.GlobalBusiness.Travel Acquired By Florida Firms owned by Sheridan Lowrey

Friday, September 16, 2011

Sheridan Lowrey's firm, The Lowrey Companies, has purchased the www.GlobalBusiness.Travel internet domain name in Septermber 2011.

www.GlobalBusiness.Travel has been acquired by the firms of Florida Real Estate Broker and internet entrepreneur, Austin Sheridan Lowrey, II.  This purchase places The Lowrey Companies and Celebrity Transport Services right into the middle of the $1 Trillion Dollar annual global business travel industry.  

In a written statement released today, Sheridan Lowrey stated;Destin, Florida businessman buys www.GlobalBusiness.Travel internet domain in September 2011.

"This has been a long process to get where I am today, but the acquisition of something on this level is well worth the hard work. I am exploring venture capital sources and the possibility of bringing in short-term equity investment partners to grow this awesome internet  revenue generating opportunity.  This single purchase is going to allow us to tap right into a Trillion dollar industry from the TOP of the well, not the dry bottom. From this superior entry point into both the luxury and affordable Global Business Travel industry, I see tremendous income streams available. By capturing these income streams and converging them with the dramatic increase of unattended online travel purchase transactions, the upside potential is limitless in the near future."

He concluded that there would be no more information given at this time, but that he will be releasing information in the near future of his future business plans for the GlobalBusiness.Travel website.


2011 Global Business Travel Spending to Exceed $1 Trillion 

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This year's global spending on business travel is expected to increase to just over $1 trillion, according to Global Business Travel Association's GBTA Foundation, which published a comprehensive report in August 2011 analyzing the current state of global business travel spending and growth projections through 2015.


Their "Global Business Travel Spending Outlook 2011-2015" report indicated global economic recovery is taking place on two levels;
(1) Compounded annual growth of business travel spending is sluggish but steady in countries like the United Kingdom (+5.4 percent), United States (+3.8 percent), France (+3.3 percent) and Germany (+2.9 percent)....
(2) Compounded annual growth of business travel spending is robust in nations like China (+11.2 percent), India (+10.8 percent), Russia (+7.1 percent) and Brazil (+7.0 percent).
Below is a report from Travel correspondent Chris McGinnis, who takes the pulse of the Global Business Travel market at the 2011 Global Business Travel Association Convention in Denver, Colorado.

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