Business travel startup TripActions, which allows companies to reward employees personally with vouchers or discounted leisure stays if they book cheaper businesses travel than they might have done, has closed a $51 million Series B funding bringing its total raised to nearly $80 million.

The 210-employee California–based startup will partly use the funding to open an office in London.

The company claims it hasn’t lost one customer in the past 18 months, and that its customer numbers doubled every quarter in 2017, using the latest technology combined with personal service to take on global giants such as American Express Global Business Travel, Carlson Wagonlit and Expedia’s Egencia.

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