Pelikin announces new preferred partnership with TravelManagers Australia

Pelikin announces new preferred partnership with TravelManagers Australia

Pelikin has announced a new partnership with TravelManagers Australia. The deal will see Pelikins digital first travel money card offering being made available to customers from all personal travel managers (PTMs) throughout Australia.

“Over the past year since we first launched the program we have made a number of enhancements to ensure it is as easy as possible for travel advisors to provide this value-added service to their clients.

“We were approached by a number of PTMs in 2022 with an interest in offering the cards to their clients and were excited to have the opportunity to sign a preferred agreement,” Founder & CEO of Pelikin, Sam Brown said.

TravelManagers’ Supplier Relations Executive Sandra Leslie said their PTMs always get excited about innovative new products.

“We were really impressed by the work Pelikin has done in such a short time to offer a simple digital solution for travel money,” Lesile said.

The Pelikin affiliate program is ideal for our home-based network as there is no requirement to hold any card stock and everything can be done online to get the customer signed up.

“It’s a fantastic low-touch way for our PTMs to improve the efficiency of their customers’ experience when it comes to spending their hard-earned money whilst travelling.”

Pelikin is working with Evolution Travel Collective (ETC) providing tailored B2B services specialising in cost-effective representation for travel brands.

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