Travel franchising opens up new horizons for Cork firm

The recession has taken its toll on the travel sector, but travel agents who have lost their jobs could find new opportunities with a franchise that is bucking the industry trend.

17th July, 2010

The recession has taken its toll on the travel sector, but travel agents who have lost their jobs could find new opportunities with a franchise that is bucking the industry trend.

Travel Counsellors offers experienced travel agents the opportunity to work from home at hours to suit them.

The organisation has 1,100 franchisees globally and the Irish franchise - the first outside Britain - was started in 2005 by Cathy Burke from Raheny in north Dublin.

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