Travel Counsellors to head to Australia on latest incentive trip

Australia is the destination chosen by Travel Counsellors for the group’s latest incentive trip.

The homeworking company has already hosted 36 fam trips this year, in addition to incentive trips to destinations such as South Africa, Antigua, Singapore and Bali and Corfu

The introduction of the Australia trip forms an incentive being run across June as part of a reward scheme which is hosted on the company’s personal digital platform, Phenix.

The 11-night Australia trip, organised with Tourism Australia, Southern World and Qantas, will take place in September.

The itinerary will see the eight Travel Counsellors explore Sydney, the Red Centre and Brisbane.

Further trips planned for later this year include India, Maldives, Mauritius, Vietnam, Costa Navarino in Greece, Morocco and Grenada.

Global sales director Jim Eastwood said: “We are delighted to offer this bucket list incentive trip to Australia to reward the exceptional efforts and achievements of our business owners who always put care at the heart of everything they do. 

“We love to celebrate success and provide our community with opportunities to enhance their knowledge, which is evident with over 40 trips already hosted this year for over 150 TCs.  

“We are also excited to have at least 12 more educational trips, six more Incentive trips and 66 ship visits for our TCs to enjoy this financial year – as well as a global incentive in July to further galvanise the entire TC community worldwide”

He added: “We can’t thank our valued supplier partners, Tourism Australia, Southern World and Qantas enough for providing us with this once in a lifetime opportunity. We look forward to doing the draw at the end of June to see who the lucky ones are that get to enjoy this amazing experience!”

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