Destinations

Switzerland Travel Connection launches new brochure and massive incentive

Switzerland Travel Connection, in partnership with Switzerland Tourism, has launched its brand-new brochure celebrating all things Swiss with selected travel agents.

Switzerland Travel Connection joins the likes of French Travel Connection; CIT Italy Travel Connection, Spain & Portugal Travel Connection; Tahiti Travel Connection, New Caledonia Travel Connection and Maldives Travel Connection under the Entire Travel Group banner.

The brochure was launched yesterday during an event held at Verandah Social, with over 70 agents in attendance. The evening included a celebration of all things Swiss with a destination presentation from Switzerland Tourism VP & Head of Markets, Urs Eberhard, a focus on the new brochure which includes some exclusive products and itineraries, some great Swiss prizes at the end of the night including Swiss Cheese, knife and of course chocolates!

A dedicated brochure for a destination that has so much to offer!

Switzerland’s range of products and experiences is so diverse that the Entire Travel Team put the resources needed behind the destination with a dedicated brand including a standalone reservations team of experts of know the destination like the back of the hand, a dedicated website and a brand-new brochure. The brochure is organised by experiences & interests using some clever icons throughout to help travel agents identify what kind of holiday their clients are after.

Customised itinerary, Switzerland Rail offering, Winter adventure year-round, Chocolate and Swiss cheese experiences… This is just a small selection of some of the products on offer…

8 agents will get to experience Switzerland for real!

Switzerland Travel Connection also used the opportunity to announce the launch of an incentive which will see the top 8 sellers win a seat on a fully escorted famil. Selling period starts today and will finish on the 6th of May. Each booking over $1500 will also receive a booklet full of discounts for their clients valued up to $6350 AUD included access to attractions, restaurants and much more…

Webinar to catch up on all things Swiss

For the agents who missed out on the night, a webinar will be held on the 14th of March in conjunction with Switzerland Tourism. You can register here:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3895401869176732162

Download the brochure here www.switzerlandtravel.com.au

Or via Tifs www.tifs.com.au

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