LMC Founder and CEO Kristen Carroll said in a statement that she was delighted to launch the partnership because the goals and objectives of GGTI and LMC are so closely aligned. - Photo courtesy of Bobit Business Media. 

LMC Founder and CEO Kristen Carroll said in a statement that she was delighted to launch the partnership because the goals and objectives of GGTI and LMC are so closely aligned.

Photo courtesy of Bobit Business Media. 

The Global Ground Transportation Institute (GGTI) has formed a new partnership with The LMC Group to create educational content for its members. The LMC Group is an independently-held firm providing a range of consulting services, from hiring and retention to social media and public relations, as well as budgeting, forecasting, and operations. 

LMC Founder and CEO Kristen Carroll said in a statement that she was delighted to launch the partnership because the goals and objectives of GGTI and LMC are so closely aligned.

In the coming weeks and months, GGTI members, as well as nonmembers, will see announcements about the planned content and delivery methods. The goal is to release diversified content and host educational events to enable ground transportation companies to learn, grow, and further their success. 

GGTI Executive Director Sarah Gazi said she knows that The LMC Group will provide high-value education, tools, and resources to the GGTI membership across all segments. 

The GGTI was launched in early August by Bobit Business Media, whose portfolio includes nine magazines, 13 conferences and trade shows, and 11 industry websites specific to ground transportation. Bobit created the group because it saw a need to unify all segments of ground transportation, as many of them face similar challenges and regulations. The Institute’s purpose is to connect its membership to industry thought-leadership, best practices, education, and networking. 

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