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Magellan signs two more newbies

Magellan Travel Group has welcomed Maxims Travel and MaxQ Consolidation to the party, signing on the dotted line and making their relationship official on Friday, 1 September.

Pictured above: Maxims Travel Managing Director, Chris Goddard (left) and MaxQ General Manager, Hai Duong (right) being welcomed into Magellan by the Groups Managing Director, Andrew Macfarlane (centre).

Magellan Managing Director, Andrew Macfarlane and Manager of National Corporate & Business Development, Scott Darlow, were joined by the Maxims Travel and MaxQ Consolidation teams in Sydney on Friday to celebrate the news.

Magellan Travel Group MD, Andrew Macfarlane, said, “We have long-admired Chris and his business’ and are excited the day has finally come that Maxims, MaxQ and Magellan come together.

“Maxims Travel are innovative, they are growing, they are diversifying and they recognise the fit between our model and their objectives.”

“Chris himself will bring a level of expertise that will help shape the future of Magellan Corporate.”

“MaxQ Consolidation offers a unique service based offering that is unrivalled and our members will benefit from MaxQ’s tailored solutions to their needs,” Macfarlane added.

Maxims’ Managing Director and MaxQ founder, Chris Goddard added, “We are delighted to finally enter our partnership with Magellan, one that will enable us to grow all segments of our business’ and open up new opportunities for us.”

Magellan Travel also signed Out & About Travel recently, strengthening its position in the leisure market.

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