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Bolivia and Chile are spoiled for superlatives: the highest-altitude capital city (La Paz), the highest navigable lake (Titicaca), the largest salt flat (Salar de Uyuni), and the driest and possibly oldest desert (Atacama). But as TravelManagers’ Camilla Manson discovered recently during a thirteen-day famil hosted […]
When it comes to making major career decisions, the criteria are likely to include a company that is both innovative and supportive of its people, work that is both challenging and rewarding while delivering a good work-life balance, and colleagues who are fun and supportive.
TravelManagers’ Jo Patton was announced as the winner of this year’s Avis Travel Agent Scholarship on Tuesday 13 November. The accolade is one of the industry’s most prestigious awards, and Patton’s success is one that has the entire company excited
“Home-based professionals, regardless of the industry in which they work, need to be self-motivated, entrepreneurial and pro-active: Nicole is the epitome of this, and we’re thrilled that she’s received this recognition for her endeavours.”
When TravelManagers’ Frances Cream joined forces with local Gold Coast chef, private caterer and café proprietor, Angela Barany, to create a small group culinary tour of Vietnam, the pair quickly realised that they had created a recipe for success.
Jo Patton from Ulladulla has just been confirmed as one of four finalists for the industry’s prestigious 2018 Avis Travel Agents Scholarship
Highlights of the island of Oahu, from outrigger canoe surfing at Waikiki Beach to a tour of some of Hollywood’s most famous movie locations at Kualoa Private Nature Reserve.
Sometimes you just have to go it alone, dance to your own tune, but in business branching out can be scary; but what if someone had your back? Interview with PTM, Carli Hester