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Elite Travel – 2018 Official Travel Partner

Women in Business is proud to introduce Elite Travel as our official 2018 Corporate Travel Partner.  Elite Travel has been a close supporter of our events for a number of years, showing their ongoing generosity through donations of both local and international travel prizes, assisting us in raising significant funds in support of our various Women in Business charity partners.

Women in Business members can take advantage of our relationship with Elite Travel, regardless of whether you’re planning a weekend getaway, a full-on family holiday – or simply require an experienced helping hand with regard to your company’s travel needs.  Elite Travel specialises in a wide range of bookings, from complete cruise packages to hotel and car hire combinations – all the way through to organising sporting tours and religious missionary trips!

Elite Travel run a fantastic service for Women in Business members requiring regular or one-off bookings for professional purposes.  Elite Business Travel is part of the Helloworld Group – partly owned by Qantas, which allows them to both provide specialty Qantas deals and negotiate cost-effective pricing with all other international airlines.

Elite Business Travel’s In-house executives have more than 30 years of travel industry management experience, meaning that alongside the fantastic rates on airline travel they are able to procure for Women in Business members – they have the expertise to consistently negotiate with their key hotel, car-hire and cruising partners.

In an age where many large companies choose to forego personalised service in favour of turnover, Elite Travel prides itself on providing a responsive and personalised service to all clients.

To start planning your next escape, or to discuss your businesses travel needs – get in touch with the team at Elite Travel via info@elitetravel.com.au, or by calling 1800 627 746.

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