HuntRevenue, which has offices in London, Malaga, and Brussels, set up the new travel division because it believes the industry will be one of the first to benefit from an upturn in the economy.
International business agency HuntRevenue has launched a dedicated Travel Unit to help UK companies through the most difficult trading conditions for years.
HuntRevenue, which has offices in London, Malaga, and Brussels, set up the new travel division because it believes the industry will be one of the first to benefit from an upturn in the economy, however small, which may come towards the end of 2013.
Said CEO Ian Hunter: “The UK travel industry has a history of high profile entrepreneurs who knew what sort of holidays and travel the public wanted and took advantage of business and technological developments to enable them to offer that. We are confident that this spirit still exists and that – as in the past – growth in the industry will come from small and mid-sized companies.
“The problem is that many of these companies may have great ideas but will find it very difficult to develop them in a climate where money is hard to come by, customers are fussy and it is increasingly easy to get tangled up in red tape. We see the result in the number of failures each year. We can help SMEs put robust structures in place that will boost their bottom line and get them fit and ready to take advantage of better conditions as soon as they appear on the horizon”.
HuntRevenue’s travel division is aimed at helping all sectors of the industry with practical hands-on sales, marketing and business development. Key ‘go-to-market’ services include:
- Sales and revenue building.
- E-commerce integration.
- International business development.
- Service and product packaging.
- Licensing and Franchising.
The company also operates a money-back service guarantee so that clients can feel free to explore new marketing methods, identify potential partners and maximise new opportunities whilst keeping firm control of the bottom line.
HuntRevenue additionally offers extensive business contacts in many different countries, offering sales support in 9 European languages and has experience of working in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, Southern Africa, the Far East and Latin America. The HuntRevenue team has worked with travel suppliers on a global basis since the early 1980s.
Added Ian Hunter: “We all know that, for the British public there is always a good reason to go on holiday – we hope our new B2B travel division will help more travel companies take advantage of this for the future”.
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