'Brush up on the UK'

David, Jackie
May 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);5/15/2009, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on what travel agents in Great Britain need to do to exploit the rise in the country's tourism. It is stated that, the agents must strengthen their knowledge of accommodation, attraction, and transport providers in the country. Sales director at Superbreak Mini-Holidays Ltd. Ian Mounser says that the agents must forge closer links with suppliers, and raise their profile as domestic break specialists with consumers.


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