Each year we invite our Travel Counsellors and our Manchester head office support staff to a Family Day, and 2018 was no different. Little ones – the youngest being just five weeks old – and big kids – yes, including Mums and Dads.
“I’m a firm believer in investing time outside of your businesses to attend these fun events as it helps it to grow - attaining product knowledge allows me to provide the best possible service to my customers.
Our corporate travel sector has played a crucial role in the success of Travel Counsellors throughout the first six months of 2018. The revenue generated from first-half bookings has topped £328 million – an increase in 12% from the same period in 2017.
“I would say the friendships are one of the best things about being a Travel Counsellor, along with higher earnings which lead to fantastic opportunities and a better life for my family.”
Skegness-based Travel Counsellor and accessible travel champion Nick Markham achieved something truly amazing when he took on the incredible challenge of conquering Snowdon in his adapted wheelchair.
Travel Counsellor Helen Parker started her own home-based travel business in March 2017 after a successful career in Aviation – a huge passion of Helen’s. Nearly 18 months on, Helen’s business is soaring and she has just celebrated her best ever month.
We recently joined forces with the GTMC to further the training and development opportunities available to our corporate Travel Counsellors.
World adventurer, author and speaker, Dave Cornthwaite, joined forces with one of Travel Counsellors cruise line partners Hurtigruten, to present his unique and inspiring way of life to Travel Counsellor franchisees.
We’re delighted to have secured a place on a prestigious listing in the UK in recognition of our international sales growth in the last 12 months. This is the seventh time we've been ranked in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.