The Travel Corporation makes DMC portfolio available for white-labelling

The Travel Corporation (TTC) is granting white-label access of its extensive DMC portfolio to leisure and corporate travel companies, and has created new solutions to facilitate improved ground-handling processes for users.

Gavin Tollman, president of TTC, who oversees the project, said the move was in response to partners who wanted “an operational solution with the quality, knowledge, infrastructure, consistency and financial resilience to deliver on the ground in a new post-pandemic world”.

Leisure and corporate travel companies can customise TTC’s DMC programme for own use

Tollman remarked that few knew about “the depth and breadth of TTC’s Destination Management portfolio” and were “excited when they realised we could provide that solution across multiple destinations worldwide, affording them deeper access to the award-winning expertise and service for which our brands are well recognised”.

TTG owns numerous industry-leading brands such as Trafalgar, Insight Vacations, Contiki, Red Carnation Hotels, Uniworld Boutique River Cruises and Evan Evans Tours, as well as 12 DMCs offering holidays, local experiences, corporate travel and ancillary services across Africa, Europe, the Americas and the South Pacific.

To support industry partners, TTC has launched a dedicated website and a series of new tools, including marketing assets and training. In addition to working with the 12 DMCs, users also gain access to TTC’s in-market teams across 40 offices worldwide.

The DMC programme is available for English-speaking markets, and offers guided custom group trips in a number of languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Turkish, Spanish, German and Italian.

“We hope to be able to present this hassle-free and risk-free opportunity to a wider range of leisure and corporate travel businesses,” said Tollman.

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