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British Travel Agency expands into Antigua

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Well-established British travel agency, SN Travel has announced plans to expand into Antigua and the USA within the next two weeks. As part of their major expansion plans, the UK brand is offering to train residents of Antigua and Barbuda interested in starting their own travel agency business as home workers.

The incentive is part of SN Travel’s growth campaign and will appeal to entrepreneurs eager to run their own business with the added bonus of full mentoring, training and support as well as access to SN Travel’s extensive nett contract prices – without all the costs that come with starting a business.

Antigua and Barbuda minister of tourism, Charles Fernandez, has applauded the travel business with ties to Antigua and Barbuda on the homeworking initiative.

“This is a significant move by SN Travel and is one that will make a huge impact in the lives of residents of Antigua and Barbuda.  SN Travel is a familiar Caribbean brand particularly amongst our UK diaspora, and we are thrilled that the team has brought this global job creation opportunity to us. Being able to earn revenue from around the globe, while working from home is extremely relevant at this time, and we are encouraging persons with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for travel to take up the offer and increase their earnings.”

With access to these nett rates, the homeworkers can offer highly competitive holidays without having to start their business from scratch. Piggybacking off SN Travel’s ATOL and IATA licenses, booking systems and wealth of knowledge, these homeworkers will have the freedom of choosing their own hours and working from anywhere in the world while they build their business.

Sandra Dyer, Director of SN Travel, shared: “We are really excited to offer this opportunity to Antiguan residents, we have strong ties with Antigua, so this is a personal feat for me. We plan further to introduce the training from this incentive into colleges so that many more people can also take advantage of starting their own travel agency business.”

This incentive will give the chosen individuals a head start with uncapped earning potential and mentoring from a travel agency that has been established and successfully running since 1973.

The project kicks off with a webinar on October 16 where anyone can attend.



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