The Travel Genius a smart addition for Corporate Partnership
Michelle Stammers - The Travel Genius is the latest business to jon the BVGS Corporate Partnerships programme.
Michelle Stammers - The Travel Genius
Luxury travel agent, Michelle Stammers - The Travel Genius, has thrown her support behind Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School (BVGS) Corporate Partnership, capping off a successful academic year of growth for the initiative.
The Travel Genius - Michelle Stammers brings over 30 years of travel industry experience to the partnership, having previously worked as a manager for Tui’s Birmingham New Street flagship branch, before using her expertise to run her own travel business.
Specialising in one-to-one consultancy and holiday planning, Michelle uses her knowledge and understanding of the industry to make holiday-enhancing travel suggestions, delivering a tailored package that meets the unique requirements of its customers.
Working under the reputable ‘Holidays Please’ umbrella, all packages are ATOL and ABTA protected, providing customers with a secure and trustworthy holiday-planning service.
Joining the 33-member strong Corporate Partnership, Michelle will now support the school and its pupils, while enjoying a networking platform to build lasting relationships with other local businesses.
Michelle commented: “I’m aware of all the great work the Corporate Partnership has done to support the school and it’s a great privilege to join the initiative during a period of substantial growth.
“Boasting a selection of partners from different industries, the partnership has become a real diverse group of successful local businesses, which is ideal for new members looking to network and collaborate.
“Having spoken to Development Director Brian Davies, I have been very impressed with the way in which the partnership has expanded and facilitated working relationships in recent times.
“Given my experience within the travel industry, I’m hoping to build some lasting working relationships of my own – gaining some valuable insights from the other partners and offering help to individuals who need it.”
Brian Davies said: “We’re delighted to welcome Michelle to the partnership and I’m sure our partners will benefit from the expertise Michelle promises to bring to the initiative.
“With the support of some 33 members, we’re now reaching a point where it’s important to invite local organisations who we feel can add value to the group and are serious about helping our other partners.
Michelle’s travel business ticks all those boxes and I’m excited to work closely with her and her wider team moving forward.”