In our second year in business, Cork-based Sarah McCarthy joined Travel Counsellors Ireland. That was in 2006 when her son’s Frank and Danny were both young babies. 13 years later, she juggles raising three children and a very successful travel business!
At Travel Counsellors juggling the kids’ schedule with work is less of an issue for mothers and fathers. Here are the top reasons why:
Sinéad Lonergan left her job as a wedding coordinator to pursue her dream of working in travel. She joined our Travel Academy programme and started her own business as a Travel Counsellor. She explains how being a Travel Counsellor has changed her life...
When Melanie Cahill moved to the west coast of Ireland 15 years ago, there wasn’t much opportunity to work as a travel agent. In 2016 Melanie came across a job advertisement for Travel Counsellors, and she knew it was meant to be.
Wherever we are on our travels, it’s important to keep our environmental impact to a minimum, and be respectful of local communities, in order to preserve our planet's amazing places. Here are a few tips and reminders to ensure we do just that.
Over the recent months we’ve won awards on a national and international stage in recognition of our growth, customer focus, leadership and technology to name a few.
As a company, we are focused on utilising technology to enhance personal relationships, not replace them. Here we explore just one example of how we do this.
We love sending customers to the world's amazing places. We recognise with this comes great responsibility. Responsibility to give back to communities in which we operate, to protect the places we visit and respect the people we meet along the way.
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...