Travel Counsellors and support staff across the globe take part in a wide range of initiatives and activities to raise money for our chosen charity and other charities close to their hearts. It’s important we make the time to help these important causes.
We care passionately about putting people at the heart of everything we do. That’s why we work together to help those in need and support our people in giving back. This includes our work with charity Reuben’s Retreat.
Kelly had previously worked for a number of travel agencies over the past 13 years, spending the last three in a branch where she was the top seller. In 2018, she decided to make the leap and joined us in February.
While the personal touch remains critical to our business practice, we do recognise the enormous potential that technology has when it comes to supporting these personal relationships.
To be in control of your own destiny by building your own business whilst still being able to be there for your family when needed is priceless but the financial rewards that come with it are amazing too.
Meet Katie Kirk, successful business owner and mum , who decided to leave her high-flying career in marketing when she began planning to start a family. She wanted a career opportunity that would give her the flexibility to be the mum she wanted to be.
If you’ve ever wondered if you’ve got what it takes to strike out on your own as a Travel Counsellor, wonder no more! Here are the six key signs to look out for...
I wanted to do something that broke me free from the paid-by-the-hour business model, something different, something that excited me, challenged me, that embraced my love for life and that I was passionate about. But what?
“I can do what I love, what I'm good at, work around my family and provide a much better customer service and experience.”