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...
Our top performing Travel Counsellors were acknowledged for their outstanding achievements at a global conference on the tropical island of Mauritius recently.
So, you’re considering starting your own business? It’s a brave move but one that’s being made by more people than ever before as self-employment continues to rise in Ireland.
Travel Counsellors are determined to change the travel experiences for all their clients with disabilities and ‘Make Travel Accessible Everywhere, for Everyone’.
We are delighted to be able to say that our Travel Counsellors have raised over €4,500 to date for our partner charity Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind following a climb of Ireland’s highest inland peak, Galtymore.
It’s safe to say that at Travel Counsellors, people are our passion. We were delighted to welcome 4 new Travel Counsellors this summer - Chris Roach, Lisa Smith O’Brien, Suzie Hennessy and Deborah van Coller.
"Travel, marketing, excellent customer service and entrepreneurship are just some of my passions, so Travel Counsellors was a great match.”
To celebrate World Entrepreneur Day 2019, we asked four of our Travel Counsellors to answer a question – What advice would you give to someone thinking about setting up their own travel business?
This week in our What's it like being a Travel Counsellor series we introduce you to Martina Hayden who lives in Co. Kilkenny with her husband Adrian and their 3 teenagers, Molly, Jack and Tony.