Published on Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Travel Counsellors wins third Queen's Award for Enterprise

Travel Counsellors has been honoured with a Queen's Award for Enterprise for the third time.

The company is one of 220 organisations nationally to be recognised with the award, announced today.

Travel Counsellors has been featured for its excellence in International Trade - the second time the company has stood out in this category for outstanding continuous growth, having previously won the same award in 2014.

Celebrating its 26th year in business, the latest accolade represents a trio of Queen's Award wins for Travel Counsellors.

The company's first win for Innovation in 2003 was in recognition of a future-facing business model enabling experienced, travel professionals to run their businesses from home and be available for their customers around the clock.

Travel Counsellors CEO Steve Byrne said: "We're so proud and delighted to win a Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade for the second time.

"It is the ultimate business accolade, and testament to how far the company has come in building a global community of like-minded travel entrepreneurs who, alongside our support team based across four continents, share the same passion for customer care and providing a uniquely personal travel service in both leisure and corporate sectors.

"As a people-focussed business first and foremost, this award is truly down to our people, and the hard work, passion and dedication colleagues and business owners have shown over the last 12 months, showing true care for their customers, and each other."

Now in its 54th year, the Queen's Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the country. Representatives from Travel Counsellors will celebrate the award during a royal reception for Queen's Awards winners later this year.

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