Day: August 12, 2019

The latest downloadable customisable marketing co

first_img The latest downloadable, customisable marketing collateral with editable call to action, contact details and logos to distribute to clients, which include print-ready flyers, ads, web banners, emails, posters, toolkits, videos and social media assetsEasy to filter materials within different categories to quickly locate the flyer, email or ad neededSelect and order any Oceania Cruises brochure from the online collectionMeasure performance for email campaigns using the portal’s ‘My Projects’ sectionPersonal support from a dedicated team with guaranteed response within 24 hoursConnection to Oceania Cruises Business Development Manager in local areas. Oceania Cruises has launched its new easy-to-navigate website designed to support Australian travel agent partners and make it simpler for them to explore and promote Oceania Cruises. At 10am AEST today (Thursday 1 June) agents can also take part in an informative training webinar on the Marketing Portal. A range of customisable brand-approved marketing materials, which can be personalised with your company logo and contact details, are easily accessed via a single sign-on for agents, including: agentscruiseOceania Cruisesresourcestraininglast_img read more

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Fairfield by MarriottMarriott International

first_imgFairfield by MarriottMarriott International Fairfield by Marriott, Marriott International’s second largest brand, is celebrating its 30th anniversary year by honouring its heritage that was born at the Fairfield Farm – a ranch in Hume, Virginia, USA, that was purchased by J.W. and Alice Marriott in 1951. Nestled amongst the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Rappahannock River, Fairfield Farm served as a retreat from the everyday chaos, where the Marriott family hosted friends, business associates and dignitaries alike (including U.S. presidents Eisenhower and Reagan) – and seeded the inspiration for the brand’s founding in 1987.In 2017, that legacy has been celebrated with the unveiling of a new brand design and the launch of a global social responsibility initiative to expand upon Marriott’s relationship with Habitat for Humanity.Last week, hotel associates from Fairfield by Marriott Kathmandu, and members of the international press, worked alongside Habitat for Humanity Nepal, helping build a home for a local family in Kavre, an area that was affected by the 2015 earthquake, situated 32km from the capital. “While Fairfield by Marriott has achieved rapid global growth, entering new markets like Brazil, China and Nepal this year, those seeds were planted 30 years ago when the Fairfield Farm inspired a seamless service experience that has helped propel the brand,” said Janis Milham, Senior Vice President and Global Brand Leader, Classic Select Brands. “Now in our milestone year, we’re building onto our foundation of trusted service by unveiling a new modern décor package inspired by our roots.”IMAGE:Fairfield by Marriott Kathmandu hotel associates volunteered alongside international press to build two homes in Kavre, Nepallast_img read more

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A group of Helloworld Travel agents was whisked aw

first_imgA group of Helloworld Travel agents was whisked away on a reward and recognition famil to Bali in July, courtesy of Garuda Indonesia and Qantas Holidays. Staying at the spacious Legian Beach Hotel, Tour East Indonesia and Bali Hai Cruises were also on hand to pull together the famil, giving agentsthe opportunity to take part in a very relaxing and enjoyable experience.The Legian Beach Hotel planted a tree and named it the “Helloworld Tree” to remember the group’s visit.Pictured L-R: Fab Leiva (Air Tickets), Allirra Franks (Helloworld Travel Glendale), Soo Chan (Helloworld Travel Greenborough), Laura Mccann (Helloworld Travel Bunbury), Michael (Legian Beach Hotel), Jana Gee (Helloworld Travel Dunsborough), Rebecca Stevens (Ulladulla Travel), Tanya Van Angeren (Sorrento Travel & Cruise). agentsBali Hai CruisesFamilsGaruda IndonesiaHelloworld Travelhotels Legian Bach HotelQantasHolidayslast_img read more

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cruisePeter Sommer Travelstours

first_imgcruisePeter Sommer Travelstours Cultural tour specialist Peter Sommer Travels is offering a variety of intimate, small-group gulet cruises in the northern summer 2019, led by a range of expert guides, archaeologists and historians, with availability on a select number of tours. Cruising the Aegean: A Family Adventure: Set sail on a family adventure with this eight-day gulet cruise through the beautiful Dodecanese islands. Led by expert guides Heinrich Hall and Dr. Maria Girtzi, learn about the region’s fascinating past through tales of Byzantine holy men, Crusader Knights, Ottoman warriors and more. Visit fascinating locations including an active volcanic crater on Nisyros, the mansion of a Roman aristocrat on Kos and the Cave of the Apocalypse on Patmos. Departing July 27 2019 from £2,895 pp* (approx. AU$5185 per person twin share.)Cruising the Dalmatian Coast: from Dubrovnik to Split: Explore fascinating historical sites and charming seaside villages along Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast on this eight-day gulet cruise, beginning in one of the country’s most popular cities (Dubrovnik) and ending in another (Split). Led by expert guide Filip Budic, visit the islands of Korčula, Vis, Hvar, Brač and Pučišća, all boasting captivating historical sites – from the grand streets of Dubrovnik’s historic centre to the ancient remains of Issa on the remote island of Vis. Departing August 31 2019, from £3,550 pp* (approx. AU$6360 per person twin share). Cruising the Coast of Dalmatia: from Šibenik to Zadar – Home to many of Croatia’s most astonishing historical sites, visit some of the lesser-frequented places on this seven-night gulet cruise of the Dalmatian Coast. Led by expert guide Filip Budic, explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site of Trogir, visit the tiny island of Nin (home to one of Croatia’s medieval capitals) and explore the Venetian fortifications of Zadar. Between sightseeing, take a dip in the Adriatic and dine on delicious local cuisine. Departing September 14 2019, from £3,550 pp* (approx. AU$6360 per person twin share).Cruising the Dodecanese: The Dodecanese islands offer an abundance of historical sites, spectacular scenery, wonderful cuisine and beautiful bays. Visit eleven islands in the Dodecanese chain on this 15-day gulet cruise. Led by expert guides Heinrich Hall and Dr. Maria Girtzi, discover captivating archaeological sites including an ancient medical centre known as The Asklepieion in Kos, the medieval fortifications of Rhodes, the Castle of Panteli on Leros and more. Often mooring in secluded cloves, guests can take in the stunning scenery and enjoy swimming in the Aegean Sea. Departing September 21 2019, from £4,250 pp* (approx. AU$7610 per person twin share). Walking and Cruising the Dodecanese: Combine a laid-back gulet cruise around some of Greece’s picturesque islands with exhilarating walks through the fascinating region. Enjoy scenic swims and dine on the delicious local cuisine in between visiting astonishing historical sites. Led by expert guides Dr. Michael Metcalfe and Anastasios Papadopoulos, discover the lesser-known island of Leros and visit volcanic Nisyros plus remote sites on Kos, including the impressive eyrie of Palaio Pili. Departing 28 September 2019, from £2,845 pp* (approx. AU$2845 per person twin share). *Tour prices include transport, accommodation, most meals, crew and guide services, and all entrance fees and tips on excursions. Excludes airfares.last_img read more

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