Meet Travel Counsellor Ellen Warren: Welcome to our series of blog posts where we ask Travel Counsellors the all-important question: "What's it like being a Travel Counsellor?"
Sometimes there is a perception that working from home can be lonely or distracting, I can honestly say it is the total opposite for me. If I need any help with an enquiry or question, there is always another Travel Counsellor I can chat to!
What can I sell? The answer is simple. Our unique booking platform allows you to search, filter and book whatever type of travel, holiday or experience your customer wants. You’re free to act as a travel agent and as a tour operator.
As a Travel Counsellor, you can look forward to some brilliant opportunities to travel and get to know the products you sell!
Imelda McCarthy joined Travel Counsellors in 2017. Before she started, one of her main concerns was where she was going to find her customers to build her business.
I was delighted when Sinéad decided to become a Travel Counsellor. Despite living near each other, I knew we would not be in direct competition.
Ciara Macconnell has been in the travel business for almost 25 years. She is originally from Galway, but she made the move to Cork twelve years ago when she joined our team and she has been an invaluable asset to the company ever since.
Dublin-based Gina Quinn lives in Santry while Martina Forde moved from Galway to Adare, Co. Limerick 7 years ago. They both joined Travel Counsellors in March 2018 and have become very close friends since they both attended the same induction in Cork.
After living in Dublin for 18 years, Travel Counsellor Simon Armstrong decided to move to Spain last year. Simon, who joined Travel Counsellors in 2016, is now based in Valencia and has been able to continue growing his successful Irish travel business.