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Here are all the news stories published across the travel industry media throughout the year.
For the second year running, TravelManagers is celebrating the inclusion of one of its personal travel managers (PTMs) among the P&O Flagship Top 20 selling consultants for 2019
When Emma Lucas signed on as TravelManagers newest personal travel manager (PTM) earlier this year, she became the company’s 600th mobile travel advisor - “Travel is not just my job – it’s my passion. Designing special holiday experiences for my customers is something I truly love doing.”
Jungfraujoch is the saddle which links two of the highest peaks in Switzerland’s Bernese Alps. For TravelManagers’ Emily Turner, her time at Jungfraujoch ranked as the figurative and literal pinnacle of a week-long Swiss famil that focused on exploring this wonderland by rail
TravelManagers wrapped up 2019 with strong sales growth and an impressive collection of awards in the trophy case, the result of the ongoing dedication of its personal travel managers (PTM) and National Partnership Office (NPO) team
Take 100 travel professionals and drop them into one spectacular destination. Gently scatter them across a selection of ten incredible itineraries and leave them to soak up world-class scenery and experiences for seven days.
TravelManagers’ dazzling run at Scenic’s ‘Night of Stars’ annual awards has continued, with the company winning the ‘Highest Sales Home-Based Australia Wide’ category for the sixth consecutive year.
“I have a number of clients who love Nepal so I thought I should see what it’s all about,”
Nine days exploring the highlights of Portugal was an appealing prospect for six personal travel managers (PTMs) who signed up to represent TravelManagers on a recent Back-Roads Touring famil.
“My jaw literally dropped seeing the different communities perform their traditional dancing and singing. Each group had their unique head dress and attire, mainly based around different animal spirits. The main event, the fire dance itself, took place at night – it was extraordinary seeing the men run through fire.”