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New Roles Created In Support of TravelManagers’ Growing Network

May 14, 2014 Mobile travel consulting No Comments Email Email

TravelManagers is excited to advise the expansion of its national partnership office team with the introduction of four new roles specifically created to meet the demands of the company’s growing personal travel manager network.

IMG_9696With the recent signing of the company’s 433rd personal travel manager, TravelManagers further enhances its reputation as having the largest network of personal travel managers and dedicated support team in addition to being Australia’s only truly national home-based agency with licensed offices in all states.

The 31 members of the national partnership team led by Executive General Manager Michael Gazal, consists of eight support areas covering technology, accounts, business partnerships, fares and ticketing, training, marketing, supplier relations and operations.

“We recognize behind the scenes central and local state-based support is crucial to the success of our personal travel managers and we constantly look at ways to be forward thinking and innovative. The national partnership office, together with the six local State based business partnership managers, provides unrestricted 24/7 access to mid and back-office processes which we know adds huge value,” says Gazal.

The new roles include an internal promotion for Graciela Craig who has moved from operations executive to the newly created position of business partnership executive.

“TravelManagers is a company that really cares about its people and recognizing talent and providing opportunities for growth is of absolute importance to us,” says Gazal.

TravelManagers congratulate all the new appointments that also include Marlene Lane as marketing assistant, Sally Bates as training coordinator and Elly Eves as operations assistant.

“The addition of a business partnership executive will focus on assisting each of our State-based business partnership managers and processing of new recruits as we are rapidly head towards 500 personal travel managers.  The addition of a training coordinator will help with the induction of these new recruits and ongoing training for existing personal travel managers.  The operations assistant will look after our newly designed reception area providing the first point of contact for our external visitors and the marketing assistant will provide additional support and resource for our personal travel managers.

TravelManagers has already seen results from the increased support team.

“Even at this early stage TravelManagers has seen an increase in famil opportunities and increased supplier commissions which we can directly attribute as a result of additional resource and we couldn’t be more thrilled. At a time when many companies are downsizing, TravelManagers continues to expand for the benefit of our personal travel manager network. TravelManagers is well on its way to reaching the 500 personal travel managers milestone with a growing support team to match,” says Gazal.

For more information on Australasia’s leading home-based host agency or to speak to someone confidentially about TravelManagers, Suzanne Laister can be contacted on 1800 019 599.

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