Saturday July 11, 2020

Clickandgo sets sights on far-flung territories

The online travel company is offering customers a better way to book and manage their holidays

7th August, 2016
Paul Hackett, chief executive of ClickandGo: We have to offer something different Pic: Fergal Phillips

Dublin-based travel technology company has doubled its business over the past two years, and now has its sights set on new markets.

Turnover stands at €30 million, with Clickandgo planning to grow that in the next two years as it expands its geographical footprint.

The company was established in 2010 by chief executive Paul Hackett. Its priority from the outset has been to attract customers by providing a service that makes their lives easier.

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