How Allstar Travel Group adapted during a slow in travel during COVID

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Tammy Krings, CEO and founder, Allstar Travel Group

When it comes to solving problems, Allstar Travel Group founder and CEO Tammy Krings is known for having a few tricks up her sleeve. So as the travel industry continues to face highs and lows, her ambition remains sky high.

ATG, founded in 1995, is a global travel management and consultant company that serves over 140 countries and has nearly 8,000 employees around the world. Businesses can consolidate their global travel, keep a detailed tab of where their employees are, see data on spending and more, all through one place. Its U.S. headquarters are in New Albany.

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Founding ATG was a big leap for Krings, who started her career as an engineer with a focus on aeronautics and rocket sciences. Her first job out of college was with North American Rockwell while it was based in Columbus, where she worked on the B-1 bomber and space shuttle projects. Eventually, Rockwell ended its local operations and Krings was laid off after declining an offer to relocate.

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