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Little’s appoints London manager and plans new investment

Scottish-based chauffeur specialist Little’s is celebrating 50 years of business with a major investment plan to accelerate growth and advance the company’s position in the global business and leisure travel industry.

With the Little’s client base well established and continuing to grow in London, the company has appointed a dedicated London-based business development manager, Neil Barton, to service the needs of existing clients and the fast-growing international luxury service industry based in the city.

Little’s Managing Director Heather Matthews (pictured) said the company’s blend of advanced technology, chauffeur traditions and global reach will propel it into a successful future.

The company has a fleet of 40 luxury vehicles, and works with a global network of partners to offer an international service. International bookings now account for 40% of revenue

Matthews said: “Our 50th anniversary year has been a time to reflect on the roots of our business and the fact that five decades of serving our clients gives us unrivalled experience and depth of knowledge of our industry.”

“So much has changed since my father and uncle started the company in the 1960s, but this commitment, and our ambition to the best in the business, is unchanged. Neil’s appointment will only strengthen our position in the global industry. We are looking forward to a year of celebrations and reflection, but also one where we will be unveiling some exciting plans for the years ahead.”


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