Travel Counsellors welcomes Jane Tanti

Travel Counsellors welcomes Jane Tanti

Travel Counsellors welcomes Jane Tanti

Travel Counsellors welcomes Jane Tanti

Travel Counsellors announced that Jane Tanti joined the team this week as Cruise Executive. After China, Australia is the second largest growth market in cruise, and with her vast experience, Jane will strengthen relationships with partners and further support agents to drive growth in cruise sales.

Jane has been in the industry for several years most recently working for Viking Cruises. Previously, Jane worked with Cunard Line and Seabourn Cruise Line (who then became World’s Leading Cruise Lines), and for Cruise Office who were the GSA for Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas, Voyages of Antiquity, Voyages of Discovery, Swan Hellenic and American Queen Steamboat Company.

Travel Counsellors General Manager Tracy Parkinson commented “we recognise the demand for cruise in Australia and Jane’s wealth of knowledge and experience will make her a valuable addition to our team”. Speaking of the demand in cruise, Jane said “Local cruising has given Australians a taste of the best value for money holidays, and the word is spreading”.

A member of SKAL and CLIA, Jane is so passionate about cruising that she has done over 50 cruises to date.

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About Travel Counsellors

Travel Counsellors Australia was established in 2007 and currently has nearly 150 Travel Counsellors. Our head office in Australia is located in Melbourne. Travel Counsellors Australia is accredited with ATAS. Travel Counsellors is the world’s largest home-based travel company. Founded in 1994 it currently has over 1,700 travel consultants who work from home with the support of over 400 staff at the company’s UK global headquarters and across 7 global offices. The company operates in Australia, UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, South Africa, UAE and Belgium.

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