Travel Agents

Helloworld’s latest partnership scores for corporate members

A new partnership with Carlton Football Club will see Helloworld become a gold sponsor and official travel partner of the football club’s corporate program.

Under the new deal, CFC’s Carlton IN Business program will new be “proudly presented by Helloworld for Business”.

Helloworld for Business members will now have “unparalleled” access to the CFC corporate program, giving them direct and ongoing access to key Australian companies along with Carlton’s corporate partners, Helloworld chief executive Andrew Burnes explained.

“The Carlton IN Business sponsorship gives our Helloworld for Business members direct access to the Who’s Who of Australian business as well as to Carlton’s corporate partners,” he said.

“This is a powerful and unique platform for our Helloworld for Business members to network with a distinguished membership base. Carlton has extraordinary reach into the business world and the Carlton IN Business calendar enables our Helloworld for Business members to leverage the Carlton network, cultivate relationships and facilitate real business opportunities.”

According to Helloworld head of corporate, associate and affiliate networks David Padman, the partnership reflects a “focus on driving opportunities to members”.

“One of our key Helloworld for Business strategies is to generate leads and new corporate account opportunities for our members and that is exactly what our partnership with Carlton will do,” he said.

In return, Carlton IN Business members will be able to access “exclusive” benefits across corporate and leisure travel through the agency group.

“By aligning ourselves with Helloworld for Business, we know we’re building relationships with experts in the travel business,” Carlton chief executive Steven Trigg said.

“We look forward to working with Helloworld for Business and Helloworld, maximising the benefits for our members, our corporate partners and for Helloworld.”

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