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Club Med partners with ski wholesaler to boost agent support

Club Med has teamed up with snow holiday wholesale agency Mogul Ski World to provide travel agents extra support when selling ski holidays.

Michelle Davies, Club Med’s regional general manager, said the new partnership would help agents by taking the guesswork out of planning snow holidays which are renowned for being more challenging than other types of trips.

“We are confident in the team at Mogul Ski World to be the perfect support to our valued travel agents with clients who are seeking exceptional snow experiences in Europe and Canada,” she said.

“As international travel is set to resume in 2022, the pent-up demand for snow holidays of Australians missing out on multiple domestic and overseas seasons should not be underestimated.

“We anticipate that clients will want to go big with a luxury holiday with unique experiences that they’ve been dreaming of over the past 18 months, and the Club Med Exclusive Collection will offer just that.”

Felicity Moss, managing director of Mogul Ski World, said the partnership will strengthen the company’s offering.

“We are excited to be named as Club Med’s preferred snow travel partner and to be strengthening our offering with the new, high-end experiences of the Exclusive Collection concept,” she said.

“As the world starts to open up again, our team of knowledgeable snow experts is ready to assist in creating unforgettable Club Med holiday experiences for our travel agent partners and their clients.”


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