Travel Agents

Two more agencies flock to CT Partners

CT Partners has welcomed another two travel agencies to its fast-growing network.

The two newest members are Jigsaw Travel, a boutique leisure agency based in Prahran that incorporates ski specialist Mogul Ski World; and The Travel Agency, a longstanding premium leisure outfit based in Moonee Ponds.

As shareholders in CT Partners, both agencies will be able to contribute to the future direction and growth of the group thanks to the equal voting rights enjoyed by all members.

Rachelle Matheson and Felicity Moss of Jigsaw Travel and Mogul Ski World said: “We are delighted to be joining an exclusive group of like-minded agents.

“Aligning ourselves with a network of industry leaders in CT Partners will ensure greater opportunities for our business with strengthened buying and negotiating powers, along with the full transparency of supplier payments.

“We look forward to what the future of travel holds and to be working towards shared successes with our new colleagues after such a challenging period.”

Kay Franklin from The Travel Agency said she was excited to join CT Partners.

“I believe this group to be truly independent offering – a transparent and decisive model for the future of the industry,” she said.

CT Partners chief executive Matt Masson, who was only recently appointed to the top role, said: “We’re delighted to welcome such high-quality, new agencies to the group. Jigsaw Travel and The Travel Agency are both well-established, successful businesses.

“I look forward to working closely with our CT Partners members to ensure they are well-positioned to take advantage of the recovery. It is a privilege to be a part of such an entrepreneurial and collaborative network of experienced members.”

Jigsaw Travel and The Travel Agency join Frontier Travel, Landmark TravelIn TravelTRIBE Travel Groupwhere2travel and Benalla Travel in making the move to CT Partners this year.


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