Titan Travel appoints Head of Trade Sales

Wednesday, 22 Nov, 2022 0

Titan Travel has appointed Hayley Morris as its new Head of Trade Sales.

She will lead the escorted touring specialist’s trade sales strategy and dedicated team of Area Sales Managers.

Morris has 22 years’ experience, having previously held roles with Saga, Monarch Holidays and Thomas Cook.

The appointment reinforces Titan’s commitment to the trade and their importance  in the brand’s sales and distribution efforts.

The tour operator’s online agent login is now live on its website, allowing agents to access the latest prices and availability.

The brand also has new products launching in the coming months including new tours to Japan and Egypt.

Andy Squirrell, Managing Director, Titan Travel, said, “We’re thrilled to welcome Hayley,. Titan’s commitment to the trade continues to be as strong as ever.”



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