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Travel Advisor enters Abu Dhabi after record sales in 2022


Travel Counsellors, one of the largest and fastest growing personal technology platforms for travel entrepreneurs, has announced the expansion of its current operations in Dubai to the neighboring emirate of Abu Dhabi.

The company said in a statement that the opening of the new branch in Abu Dhabi city follows record sales last year, with total sales exceeding AED80 million (US$22 million).

Travel Counselors was established in the UK in 1994 to provide bespoke luxury leisure and business travel services. The company currently has more than 1,900 travel franchisees globally, who work remotely, supported by over 250 colleagues at the company’s UK headquarters and overseas offices.

Founded in Dubai in 2012, Travel Counselors’ team of travel professionals has grown to over 75 local franchisees.

Holly McCann, General Manager, Travel Counselors UAE, said: “We are delighted to see the Travel Counselors brand grow across the UAE, it is a testament to the very special people in our community.”

“The care they provide their clients, especially during the pandemic, and the reputation we’ve built for providing trusted travel advice are in high demand, and we look forward to welcoming Abu Dhabi-based travel advisors to our ranks this year,” McCann said.

“This business model is truly unique and the best way to learn more is to attend one of our regular discovery webinars, available on our website, or you can connect with me directly and privately via LinkedIn,” he added explain.

Steve Byrne, CEO of Travel Counsellors, said: “We are delighted to announce our entry into Abu Dhabi, furthering our growth plans and we look forward to emulating our current success in Dubai.”

“We believe now is the perfect time to enter this new market as we take our expansion strategy to the next level and complement our existing offerings in the Middle East to demonstrate the strength of our differentiated, disruptive business model, And to meet the growing demand. Customers demand our trusted personal travel advice,” he added.trade arab news agency


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