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Engineers wanted

The smell of kerosene in the air, the sound of starting turbines. Nothing gets your blood pumping like this?

Are you looking for a new challenge in a modern and professional environment?

Then join us and help us keep these beautiful machines up in the air as a licensed engineer.

Who are we?

We’re adventure seekers. Smile givers. Impact makers. We’re TUI. As the UK’s leading travel brand, we make holiday dreams come true and you could be a part of this.

With over 6 million customers, 60 planes, 300 shops and 5 Cruise and 3 River Cruise ships, TUI is full of opportunity.

Globally we’re recruiting across our teams including Head Office, Retail and Digital functions.

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Life at TUI

At TUI we say Let’s TUI it . For us, that means creating smiles every day. We have a can-do attitude, to find solutions and tackle every day together. So whether we’re dreaming up new ways to make our customers happier, or connecting with our colleagues, we’re creating a culture that’s as positive as the experiences we offer.

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We’ve got all the answers to your general questions. Plus even more details on our Retail, Contact Centre and Cabin Crew careers.

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At our worldwide travel company, we provide a travel career with a difference, from our welcoming team culture to the exceptional experience we give our customers.

As a winner of multiple travel employer awards, we place an emphasis on helping our people grow, creating incredible opportunities and travelling the globe to explore places you’ve always dreamt of.  All in the name of work.

We call it the Kuoni Difference.

During my career I’ve visited many wonderful destinations in unique and exciting ways, such as luxury touring across South Africa and Tanzania, conferences in Italy, Spain and Miami, undertaken numerous journeys to the beautiful Maldives, to exotic trips across the Far East, to name but a few. The travel opportunities have been incredible. Kuoni really value their people alongside the insight they can offer, and personal development is always something they encourage and promote. I’ve also been fortunate enough to be sponsored for my Business and Travel Management degree. All of these elements have made Kuoni a place I love to work.

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Kuoni Travel UK is part of DER Touristik, one of Europe’s leading travel groups. Kuoni has continued to set the pace in luxury worldwide travel in the UK market for over 50 years. We are regularly voted as one of the best holiday companies in the country by readers of national newspapers, travel industry titles and accredited businesses such as Which?. We excel in creating tailor-made, bespoke holidays and honeymoons to more than 90 destinations around the world. A big part of this is down to our knowledgeable, enthusiastic, friendly and passion filled team who go the extra-mile for our customers and understand what it takes to deliver the most incredible and unforgettable holiday experience.

Don’t just take our word for it

Here at Kuoni we are extremely proud of the honours we have received which has seen us voted as one of the top employers in travel. We have previously been voted as one of The Sundays Times Best companies and more recently winners of the ‘Best Place to Work in Travel’ title from the TTG Awards 2021 and winner of the ‘Best Large Company’ in the 2022 Best Workplaces in Travel awards. We strive to develop a talented and empowered team. We’re committed to our employees, meaning we work hard to ensure; fair compensation and benefits, colleagues who support and inspire, and the flexibility to explore exciting new challenges and roles.

Come and join our team

Everyone in our team makes a difference and you could too.

We are always on the look out for people who shine, bring their passion for travel to life and take an exceptional approach to customer service. We strive to find talented, creative and adaptable people who flourish on working in a positive, friendly and ever-evolving business . If this is you, take a look at our vacancies

When you work in one of our beautiful stores, you’ll discover a travel career with a difference. Come and join our team of enthusiastic, inspiring, and knowledgeable people and experience the buzz of sharing your passion for travel. You’ll sell an unrivalled range of luxury holidays, add the Kuoni touch to take things to the next level, and jet off around the world on incredible educational trips. To give you a good feel for retail, our main roles include:

Our customers can talk to one of our highly experienced Destination Experts or Customer Support teams based within our dynamic and energised virtual contact centre. From carefully listening to our customers and understanding their holiday dreams, building an individually tailored itinerary, to ensure making sure that every element runs smoothly, our experts are on-hand throughout. Our highly experienced VCC community are based remotely, working from home and are fully connected to our Head Office and each other using the latest technology.

The heart of our business is our open-plan office in Dorking, Surrey. We have over 100 team members working in Product & Purchasing, Data Set Up, Operations, Customer Services, Marketing, IT, HR and Finance. There are also roles that support the sales teams who are based in stores or working remotely in Virtual Contact Centre teams. Many roles are suitable for hybrid working, combining the flexibility of home working with time in a fun and approachable atmosphere.

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Personal travel expert.

Our Personal Travel Experts build relationships, then they build holidays. They invest the time to earn their customer trust and devote themselves to finding the best possible holidays and experiences to share with our customers. More than just a transaction, our PTE’s create an understanding with their customers and share their world of travel knowledge and experience. Here at Kuoni we can make planning even the most complex of holidays a simple, relaxing and pleasurable experience whilst attending to all of our customers travel desires.

Assistant Manager

Our Assistant Managers are a role model and mentor to the Personal Travel Experts within their team. They share their wealth of experience and knowledge to those starting out on their retail journey as well as existing team members. Their role provides a strong support to the Store Manager with the successful day to day running of the store and its development, deputising as and when necessary, whilst always maintaining their own customer relationships and exceeding their personal sales targets.

Store Manager

Our Store managers are supportive, encouraging, inspiring and motivational. Always one step ahead, they are responsible for overseeing that the day-to-day tasks within the store are delivered to the highest standards and the best of everyone’s ability. They lead their team to deliver against revenue targets & KPI’s whilst driving exceptional industry-leading customer service and maximising the store customer experience.

Our Virtual Roles

Destination experts.

Our Destination Experts are full of passion and knowledge about all our Kuoni featured destinations.    Whether it’s taking a direct call from a customer or a travel agent, responding to an e-mail enquiry or a live chat, our destination experts deliver a truly personal service.  Their mission is to make the complex, effortless. To make every holiday feel exclusive, and to turn our customers’ hopes and dreams into brilliant and lasting memories, adding personalised touches for a truly special experience.

Customer Support Specialist

If you love helping customers and solving problems, then this could be your ideal role. Our Customer Support Specialists have a passion for incredible service and answering an array of queries from customers who are ready and waiting to jet off on their ultimate holiday experience.  No query is too big or too small to ensure our customers have the best and most extraordinary holiday experience imaginable and our Customer Support specialists thrive on exceeding all expectations.

Our Head Office Roles

What our team say.

I joined the company 5 years ago as a Personal Travel Expert, and now I work in the Customer Experience and Legal team! There is always so much support and opportunity for progression, if you want it. If you love travel, there is no better choice.

What a team we have here at Kuoni - I can say passionately, I have met some of the best, brightest, and most talented people in my career which has spanned over 19 years in the industry. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Kuoni as an employer.

I first joined Kuoni at just 17 years old and was able to try out different departments over the years to find the right fit for me, enjoying plenty of encouragement along the way.  It is a social and friendly place to work and I have gained friends for life.  

We are like a family here at Kuoni! There is a such a friendly and relaxed environment here which is probably the reason why people work here for many years. I would 100% recommend Kuoni as an employer.

What’s on offer for you?

We understand that there’s more to work benefits than annual leave and pensions. We offer ongoing training and strong career progression opportunities, as well as the chance to broaden your horizons and see the world in an exclusive way.

  • 25 days’ annual leave, plus additional extra days on milestone work anniversaries
  • Additional Leave Purchase Scheme, with the opportunity to buy an extra 5 days holiday
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Discounted Staff Travel opportunities and competitions with travel prizes
  • Flexible working hours and hybrid working at our head office
  • Free annual family travel insurance
  • 2 days of paid leave per year to volunteer and give something back to the community
  • Additional day off for your birthday
  • Interest-free season ticket loan
  • Perkbox membership with an array of discounts and wellbeing support
  • Electric vehicle salary sacrifice scheme, with great savings on a brand-new lease car
  • Employee Assistance Programme that provides a complete support network, offering expert advice for both professional and personal matters
  • Wellbeing support from our fully trained Heads Together Team
  • Free flu vaccinations and eye tests
  • Significantly enhanced maternity and paternity leave and family friendly policies
  • A friendly, professional, inclusive and collaborative environment working with like-minded people who live and love travel

Sales roles

  • Unrivalled training, with a five-week virtual programme, supported by in-store training
  • Ongoing coaching and development throughout your career, from our dedicated sales support and training teams
  • Exceptional opportunity to earn monthly, uncapped performance related pay
  • At least one educational trip per year, gaining first-hand knowledge to share with your customers. Recent unforgettable trips for our travel experts have included the Maldives, Galapagos, the French Alps, Malta, Kenya and Corfu
  • Weekly opportunities to earn incentives such as cash, vouchers, experiences, accommodation, flights and holidays
  • Annual clothing allowance to create your ‘Wear to Work Wardrobe’
  • The top sales performers in our retail stores are awarded an overseas VIP trip
  • Strong connection and support with open communication with our leadership team and amazing head office
  • Opportunity to grow your own database of VIP customers and build lasting relationships, wowing your customers with our award-winning service and Kuoni touches
  • Opportunity to attend and organise events as a Kuoni ambassador
  • The chance to take on extra responsibilities such as running your store’s social media account or in-house projects
  • Strong recognition and internal promotion opportunities; chances to move up to Assistant Manager, Store Manager or into a head office role
  • Yearly overseas conferences for our Retail Store Managers & Assistant Managers
  • The unique opportunity to sell an unrivalled range of luxury holidays. As both a tour operator and travel agent, we can create Kuoni itineraries from scratch and find the perfect holidays from our handpicked travel partners.

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With almost 50 years experience, Barrhead Travel has evolved into the UK’s leading independent travel group. Though we may be mighty, we have a small and friendly feel across our business where our people really are at the heart of everything we do.

If you love travel and are looking for a rewarding lifelong career, speak to our recruitment team and let us take you on a journey like no other.

WHAT WE OFFER

The only thing we’re more passionate about than travel, is looking after our people. That’s why we offer a wide range of unbeatable benefits to thank our dedicated, award-winning team for all their hard work. Have a look at some of the reasons you’ll love being part of our Barrhead Travel family.

ROLES BY LOCATION

As the UK’s leading independent travel company, we’re sure that we’ll have an opportunity that will suit you wherever you live in the UK. We have endless opportunities across Scotland, England and Northern Ireland covering our retail network, Head Office, call centres and also opportunities to work from home.

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As well as having locations right across the country, we also have opportunities bringing together experts from administration, finance, IT, marketing, management and sales. Whether you’re an expert with years of experience behind you, or just starting your journey in travel, we have a place for you in our team.

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What are you looking for?

When you join VisitBritain/VisitEngland, you join a global and inclusive organisation with incredible people at its heart. We share a mission to make tourism one of the UK’s most successful and productive sectors, united by our values which guide the way we work: with passion, in partnership and at pace.

We offer a range of exciting career opportunities including marketing, PR, communications, trade, digital, analytics and insights, e-commerce and corporate services. Start your new chapter by browsing our vacancies, meeting some of our team and reading frequently asked questions.  

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Senior Manager - Travel Trade & Aviation Industry, USA / Director - Travel Trade & Aviation Industry / BTA/1445

Digital product manager / bta/1441, senior communications manager, usa / communications director, usa / bta/1399, what does visitbritain/visitengland do.

Our purpose is to drive a thriving tourism industry, creating economic prosperity across Britain. VisitBritain is active in 21 global markets, a network that enables us to build strong relationships, understand our customers and promote Britain effectively. Alongside this, VisitEngland continues to strengthen English tourism by leading and enabling a sustainable and resilient visitor economy.

Learn more about what we do .

What kind of workplace is VisitBritain/VisitEngland?

By working with us, you’ll help to inspire visitors to explore and experience Britain, and support our tourism industry to do the same. You’ll be part of a vibrant global network of colleagues, a friendly and fulfilling environment which promotes equity and encourages diversity and inclusion, career development, learning and well-being.

Read more Frequently Asked Questions about working for us below.

As one global team, we work together with passion, in partnership and at pace.  Our passion means we’re fuelled by enthusiasm and positivity to deliver excellent results. Our partnerships mean we’re empowered to collaborate with each other and our partners to achieve more impactful results.  Our pace means delivering innovation through agility, boldness and bravery. 

We’re keen to hear from people who share our values.

Internships

Looking for real-life business experience, or a placement to help you gain a qualification? We offer paid internships in the UK and USA including marketing, PR, communications and e-commerce.

Internship opportunities in the UK : all of our interns are recruited in partnership with  Student Employment Services . If you are interested in internship opportunities, please contact them directly.

Internship opportunities in the USA : when we have vacancies available, they will be advertised on our recruitment platform .  

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VisitBritain and VisitEngland are always looking for talented people who create content for themselves or through licensing or commissions.  Sign up to our mailing list to hear about future opportunities 

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Suzy faulkner, deputy commercial director – london.

“I wanted to work for a global company to give me the opportunity of being exposed to multiple areas of the business as well as people and cultures. Working at VisitBritain has broadened my perspectives, and in turn enhanced my professional capabilities which has added value to the organisation. 

“There is flexibility, as my agenda could cover calls with Asia in the morning and webinars in the USA in the evening, which has led to a happier, healthier work-life balance. I have also expanded my knowledge of global markets and learnt best practices relating to policies and strategies.”  

Robin Kagenaar, Digital Marketing Manager Netherlands – Amsterdam 

“Working in the Europe team is truly international. I enjoy catching up on travel trends, and sharing ideas and video calls with colleagues all over the continent. You learn something new every day, from tiny but important cultural differences to massive overlaps in traveller behaviour that you never knew were there. 

“Working at VisitBritain is inspiring, energising and educational and you get to meet some of the nicest, most professional people around.”

Misha Kim, Marketing Manager – Seoul, China and North East Asia

“Britain is perceived very well in South Korea, and I am happy to represent it. The UK was actually the first country I visited overseas and it’s where I met my husband, so it’s a very special place to me. 

“My colleagues in London and in my region have always made me feel part of the team. We are so diverse, dynamic and delightful, and I am so proud to work alongside people who share my love for Britain.”

Celia Diaz, PR & Content Manager – Spain

“As a PR professional I worked in different areas of the tourism industry before I joined VisitBritain. One of the best things about working for an international company is the number of colleagues you meet from all around the globe. From Australia to Canada, to India and Brazil, we all work together to spread awareness of Britain.”

Frequently asked questions

What we offer: visitbritain/visitengland’s employee benefits.

Our employees are entitled to multiple benefits, subject to local legislation and regional reviews (please check the vacancy notice for details). The following benefits are applicable to our UK employees:

  • Flexible working: we work to make flexibility a reality, and welcome conversations about flexible working from day one.
  • Annual leave: you will have 25 days of annual leave when you join, rising to 30 days after five years’ service, plus an additional 2.5 ‘privilege days’ each year.
  • Generous pension: we have a defined contribution pension scheme, with a maximum employer contribution of 11% of your annual salary.
  • Enhanced parental and family leave policies: we provide enhanced family leave, offering up to 23 weeks of paid leave for maternity and adoption for eligible employees.
  • Commitment to learning: we encourage and support development and learning, and offer on-the-job learning opportunities, mentoring schemes and formal training. We dedicate and provide a minimum of five days per year for employees to focus on their learning. 
  • Season ticket and bicycle scheme loans.
  • Eye-care voucher.
  • Staff discounts on the VisitBritain Shop .  

How does VisitBritain/VisitEngland hire?

We assess each applicant impartially. We recruit candidates on merit through fair and open competition. Our recruitment is:

  • Fair : we use reasonable endeavours to ensure there is no known or intentional bias in the recruitment process.
  • Open : our roles are advertised both internally and externally.
  • Based on merit : we select candidates based on their suitability against the essential criteria of the role.

We are an equal opportunities employer, fully committed to diversity, equality and inclusion. We celebrate all identities, giving everyone the opportunity to thrive in a culture where they are heard, respected and valued.

How can I apply for a role?

To apply for a role, you will need to register on our recruitment system . After registration, you’ll be asked to complete an online application. 

Your application form can be saved, reviewed and edited before submission. There are eight sections in each application form:

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You may also be asked to answer job-specific questions as part of your application.

Always review the job description before applying, and use the personal statement section to highlight how your qualifications, skills and experience match the requirements.  

What should I expect after applying?

Your application will be evaluated against the job description and person specification. 

Successful candidates will be invited to an interview. For some roles, two rounds of interviews will be required. Our interviews are competency-based, designed to eliminate unconscious bias and involve two or more team members on the panel.

Successful candidates will receive a verbal offer, followed by a confirmation email and an official offer and contract of employment.

Once the employment contract is signed, we will contact your referees and undertake relevant safety and security checks.

Due to the volume of applications, we are only able to provide feedback to those who progress to the interview stage. You can request this by writing to [email protected] .

For information on how we are GDPR-compliant and manage your data, please see our Privacy Policy .

How can I make a complaint about the recruitment process?

We are sorry to hear that you have decided to make a complaint about our Recruitment and Selection process.

If you feel that your application has not been treated fairly you must submit a complaint in writing to  [email protected]  within three months from the date you receive the outcome of your application.

When sending your complaint, you must state the vacancy name and ID and explain the reasons for the complaint, providing evidence where possible.

Upon receiving your complaint, our Recruitment Business Partner will conduct an independent investigation and provide a written response to the complaint within 28 working days. If the deadline of 28 days cannot be met, you will be contacted and provided with a reason for the delay.

Potential outcomes from the investigation can be one or more of the following but not limited to:

  • Complainant would be provided with detailed feedback answering their concerns;
  • If training issues are identified within the recruitment and selection process, they will be actioned.

If you are dissatisfied with the response you receive from our Recruitment Business Partner, you can take it further by emailing [email protected] within four weeks of receiving the response. Our Legal Team will confirm receipt of your complaint within five working days and investigate further.

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Your career is not a destination. It's a journey.

The Flight Centre Travel Group is where your career takes off on an epic adventure. We're a close-knit global family of fun-loving explorers, who work in a supportive and diverse atmosphere that allows you to spread your wings and experience new horizons like never before.

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There is only one best way when it comes to supporting our people and it involves recognising and celebrating the many different facets of what makes you “you”. We encourage everyone to come as they are, and we’ll come together as one. Our policies, programs, employee-led resource groups and recruitment strategies all aid us in our commitment to creating a safe, diverse and inclusive work environment for all our employees globally.

The future is bright

Our people are here for a good time and a long time. We believe your career is a journey, not a destination and there are no limits to what your future could hold. All our people are encouraged to find their Brightness of Future and are provided the professional development and mentorship opportunities to help them get there.

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Our flat and transparent organisation structure means there are no closed doors (literally). We’ve worked hard to create a culture of collaboration, innovation and inclusion to ensure there is no “us” and “them”. No one has a personal assistant, not even our CEO; our people have direct access to the decision makers and our communication always prioritises two way dialogue.

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When applying for a job at Flight Centre Travel Group, having fun at work is part of the job description. Our core value of irreverence and culture of reward and recognition ensures fun and enjoyment in the workplace. Our people are proud of where they work and are driven every day by our mission to open up the world for those who want to see.

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At ITC, our job opportunities offer the chance for you to share your passion for travel across our diverse brands and departments.

Whichever brand or team you join, our whole business is united by our shared workplace values, driving us to strive to be our absolute best.

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We always aim high at ITC. Which is why we are so dedicated to creating the best place to work for our people.

Everyone across our business is inspired to succeed by the essential principles we use to guide our behaviour, decision-making and actions.

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At The Travel Corporation we are driven by service through PASSION, PEOPLE & PURPOSE. A Family of Brands making travel matter for over 100 years.

We make it a priority to recruit people who show up each day with an inherent passion to deliver world-class travel experiences, to the wide range of people who call our wonderful plant home. At TTC, our iP values represents our principles and philosophy.

Inherent Passion : inherent PASSION speaks to our core, our love for travel. This is the foundation that TTC was built on, and it still drives us forward today.

Incredible People : We are one team and our incredible PEOPLE are diverse, delightful and dedicated individuals.

Impactful Purpose : Travel is a privilege, but with that privilege comes a responsibility to ensure we have a positive impact on the places we go, the people we meet and the wildlife we enjoy.

We are a portfolio of multi award winning brands including some of the largest guided vacation providers in the world like Trafalgar, Contiki and Insight Vacations. Our passion for travel is reflected in the ease, convenience and depth of the life-changing experiences we deliver to over two million guests every year. We believe in preserving our world and are the proud founders of the TreadRight Foundation.

We’re energized by all the opportunities of the new world and are proud of our inspiring global workplaces. We look to inspire teamwork, collaboration, and passion for creativity in a flexible work environment. Working together across markets, teams and disciplines ensures everyone has a voice and everyone is part of our industry-leading brands. Irrespective of where you are, we cultivate environments where everyone contributes and everyone flourishes.

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We aim high — to be the world’s most caring homeworking travel company

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Become a Travel Counsellor

Choose a better work-life balance and enjoy a future of unlimited earnings in an industry that you love. To get started, call us on 0161 464 5243.

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We’re always looking for the brightest minds to join our support teams. We have job opportunities across the globe.

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We’re a proud top 20 Travel Management Company and a BTA member. We’re experts in bespoke business travel services, delivered by Corporate Travel Counsellors near you.

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Ready to book your next holiday? Whether you know where you want to go or are looking for inspiration, your local Travel Counsellor can provide a truly personalised service.

Why become a Travel Counsellor?

  • Unlimited earnings potential - You get 60% of the profit with no sales targets and the ability to control your own margins. The sky’s the limit!
  • Best-in-class training - Learn with more than 4,500 interactive training videos and courses for you whatever your background, whether you’ve been in travel for decades or you’re completely new to it.
  • Unrivalled job satisfaction - 97% of Travel Counsellors rate their job satisfaction as “high” or “very high”, and 94% say they wouldn’t return to their previous job.

Our people set us apart

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“It's not only my dream job but it gives me the flexibility to juggle everything without having to ask someone else's permission.” Catherine Mackey, Travel Counsellor

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97% of Travel Counsellors say they love their job

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“Supporting our Travel Counsellors is so rewarding. Knowing my role has such an impact on their businesses gives me such a buzz.” Nga Meti, Operations and Business Development

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Sunday times best places to work 2023.

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Top Homeworking Agency | TTG Top 50 2023

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Travel Weekly Agent Achievement Awards 2023 - Homeworking Agency of the Year (Large), Best Agency to Work For (Large) and Sustainability Champion of the Year (Large)

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Luxury Homeworking Business of the Year | TTG Luxury Awards 2023

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TTG Luxury Homeworking Business of the Year 2022

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Best TMC | The Business Travel Awards 2020

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Queens Award for International Trade 2020

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Best National Travel Retailer, British Travel Awards 2020

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Travel Counsellors named Best ‘Homeworking Agency of the Year – Large Agency' at the Travel Weekly Agent Achievement Awards 2024

Our trophy cabinet just keeps on growing and we’re over the moon to have won this prestigious award at tonight’s glitzy ceremony in London. Find out what this accolade means to our community.

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The role of our Relationship Managers: helping Travel Counsellors thrive

Did you know our franchisees get a dedicated Relationship Manager to help them unlock their potential? Learn more about the breadth of support they offer.

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We recently took the best-performing teams from our peaks ‘World Cup’ global incentive to Corfu. Find out more about the trip and why we’re passionate about motivating and rewarding our franchisees – including those who have recently joined us.

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We know it’s a big career decision, and that’s why we’re here to help you make it. Get in touch and speak to one of our experts today to learn more about travel trade jobs and how you can take control of your career.

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A world of possibilities awaits you as part of the Travelex team.

Founded in 1976 Travelex’s mission is to simplify our customers’ access to international money, however and whenever. Every day we strive to make international life simple through the frictionless flow of money across our global network - and our customers depend on it. Our team is focused on continuously growing and developing the business, so our customers and partners can achieve new heights, wherever life takes them. If you’re looking for a rewarding career with an organisation that’s passionate about people, we want to hear from you. Find out more about us, and how your passion could spark an exciting new career opportunity with one of the market leading specialist providers of foreign exchange products, solutions and services.

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Our mission is to simplify our customers' access to international money, however and whenever.

What we do – our business explained in a nutshell.

We commit to excellent service and product offerings for our customers and partners across our international reach, distribution network and broad customer base. We do this through a number of innovative products and services which are highlighted below. These are delivered by our expert teams and in some cases with the help of selected and trusted partners. To find more information about region specific products and services, please visit the relevant country website. Click on the icons below, to reveal a little bit about how we organise ourselves to go beyond for our customers and partners.

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As the world’s leading currency services provider, our customers are at the heart of everything we do. If you’re passionate about people, a customer service role with our team of experts could be your next career opportunity.

Sales Consultants: Based globally in airport, seaports and high street locations, we provide foreign exchange services and VAT refunds (subject to location) to a wide range of customers. You will become part of the hustle and bustle of a busy environment and this will include selling and exchanging a vast range of currencies and various other products that we have to offer. We also have Queue Hosts, Team Leader and Regional Sales Manager roles available across the globe.

Travel Money Advisor: Our Travel Money bureaus, located in selected supermarkets (UK only) make shopping for foreign currency and currency cards an easy experience. You could be working in either a dual or single employee bureau. Your bureau can feel like a small business inside a bigger business where you’ll have the autonomy to promote your bureau, plus run campaigns and awareness days.

Our UK global Customer Contact Centre, which supports the United Kingdom, Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific, is where you will provide either Sales or Customer Support services. In this fast paced environment, you will be responding to inbound calls swiftly and accurately and you will utilise your customer service, sales and communication skills. If your skill set is aligned to coaching and developing, we also have Team Leader roles available at this location.

Our Digital Innovation approach is founded on providing life time value for our customers. We have a clear aim to extend our high volume retail transactions with customers who use a variety of Travelex digital products and services, from core online solutions to innovative products.

Over the past two years, an exceptionally talented team has been recruited to build, market, grow and commercialise existing and new products, creating a seamless customer experience across all of our digital and in store channels.

Our expertise as a team covers the full product lifecycle from Product Development, Engineering, Customer Experience and Design. We need people who are sharp, move fast and put the customer at the heart of everything that we do.

Cash processing centres are our engine rooms, distributing cash orders to wholesale, outsourcing and retail businesses around the globe. As part of the team, you’ll help us deliver the frictionless flow of money across our global network for our customers and partners.

We have cash processing centres in various regions. Compliance is a key focus for us, so an ability to adhere to policies and procedures is a must.

Our processing centres use in-house technology to process millions of transactions annually for our business partners, including banks, financial institutions, supermarkets, travel agent networks and other large foreign exchange providers.

Our Global Support teams are made of many exceptional colleagues. There are roles across a variety of departments including Finance, IT, Compliance & Risk, Legal, HR, Administration, Marketing.

We are predominately based in the UK and India, with some in country support across our global reach. Our goal is to support the business to deliver for our customers, wherever life may take them.

Attracting, hiring & retaining talent globally with integrity to lead the way in creating a diverse working culture, where great minds create great ideas and growth.

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What to expect as a candidate as part of the recruitment journey

We want to build a relationship with you throughout your recruitment journey - here’s what you can expect as a Travelex candidate:

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Application

As a good candidate, you will clearly highlight how your skills and experience match the role available. You may be asked to provide a written answer to specific questions or complete a multiple-choice questionnaire.

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We will review your CV and application in line with the requirements of the role. We appreciate the time you will have taken to apply to us and we will take time to evaluate your skills, knowledge and abilities. As a part of this we may give you a call to discuss your application in more detail.

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Our assessments will provide us with an insight into whether you’d be a good fit for the role you’re applying for. This could be personality based such as - how well you work with other people or how well you handle stress. We may also administer aptitude tests which assess your intellectual performance such as verbal or numerical reasoning tests.

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This is your opportunity to meet with us and get a real taste for life at Travelex. We want to be the perfect match for you, just as much as we want you to be the perfect fit for us. So you should come thoroughly prepared with relevant questions and we will do the same.

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Congratulations! We’re a great mutual fit, and we feel you’d be a great addition to the team. While we’re busy completing referencing and preparing your place of work, you will receive all the necessary documentation and supporting materials you need to arrive on your first day at Travelex.

Please note that your recruitment journey can vary depending on the role you are applying for.

Creating great customer experiences is what our business thrives on.

Why travelex.

At Travelex, we encourage everyone to reach their full potential and support you every step of the way. We have a wide range of rewards, benefits and development opportunities in each of the regions we operate in. A key pillar in our strategy is colleagues at our core. We believe our colleagues are our key differentiator; from the front line through to our support centres, we aim to create a safe and dynamic environment where all colleagues can thrive, feel supported and engaged, and reach their

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Diversity, equity and inclusion, underpinned by wellbeing at Travelex is about providing a culture where all colleagues are empowered to bring their whole selves to work, where we value the unique perspectives and talents of our colleagues and where they are encouraged to participate in, where possible decision making and what matters to them.

We are always striving to help people feel connected across Travelex. Our business has an international footprint, and our people and customers are diverse. Our diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) strategy is vital in ensuring we have a culture that harnesses the collective abilities of all our colleagues, supporting us in attracting, developing and retaining world class talent.

When it comes to our people, we are committed to promoting equal opportunities, diversity in employment and encouraging a supportive and inclusive culture free from unfair and unlawful discrimination across all the countries we operate in. We value people as individuals with diverse opinions, cultures, lifestyles and circumstances.

We’re passionate about recognising the contribution of our colleagues and creating an environment where thank you, appreciation and recognition are part of our behaviours and ways of working. One of our five strategic pillars is  colleagues at our core  where we focus on creating a safe and dynamic environment where all colleagues can thrive, feel supported, engaged and reach their full potential. An important part of this is being recognised for hard work and a good job well done; building a culture of recognition is fundamental to demonstrating that our colleagues truly are at our core.

At Travelex we believe in the 70:20:10 approach to allow you to O.W.N your development. This considers:

On the job development through practical experiences and growth opportunities in your day to day

Working with others to learn which would be primarily through coaching, mentoring and sponsorship and

On a needs by needs basis where structured learning supports you to acquire specific knowledge and skills.

There are a number of resources Travelex provides to support you to own your development and we offer a blended approach through e-learning, bite-sized live learning, peer to peer learning, manager or mentor coaching, on the job training, gaining exposure to new situations or forums or external learning.

It’s more important than ever that we have conversations about our mental wellbeing in our everyday dialogues at Travelex. Wellbeing at Travelex is about providing a culture that supports the mental health and wellbeing of our colleagues by providing them with resources and support accessible to all.

We have an array of resources to support colleagues and line managers in mental wellbeing and a full calendar of events and activities to keep the conversation going.

That’s why we go beyond the everyday, where exchanging currencies is just the beginning.

Travelex across the globe.

A world of possibilities awaits you as part of the Travelex team. If you’re willing to go beyond the everyday for our customers, we want to hear from you. Click on each of our regions below to explore our current job opportunities.

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The UK is where Travelex began back in 1976, when Lloyd Dorfman opened our first store in central London. We have rapidly grown to cover the length and breadth of the UK at numerous airports, seaports and supermarkets as well as over 20 countries worldwide – coupled with our Peterborough Global Support, Operations and

Customer Service Centre and other support offices in the UK. Travelex is one of the market leading providers of foreign exchange products, solutions and services. We process and deliver currency orders for major banks and credit unions globally, as well as for travel agencies, UK supermarkets, hotels and casinos. Much of this is supported by colleagues in the UK whether that be at support offices or cash processing centres.

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Travelex’s European journey began in 1985 in Netherlands where we obtained the concession to operate our first currency exchange office in the passenger terminals of the North Sea Ferries in Rotterdam. Later in 2004 Travelex acquired GWK, the leading FX company in the Netherlands, and we merged the two entities into GWK Travelex. Since then we have successfully opened 50 GWK Travelex branches throughout the Netherlands, covering all the airports and city centres.

The next stop was, establishing the German market in 1993, where today we are operating 18 Travelex branches at the main airports, including: Berlin, Frankfurt, Hannover and Hamburg.

Our European operations are supported from our main centres in Amsterdam and Frankfurt.

Customer Service roles : Sales Consultants / Queue hosts / VAT Queue hosts / Team Leaders / Regional Sales Managers

Digital Innovation roles : Product Development / Engineering / Customer Experience / Design / Commercial Planning

Support roles : Marketing / Business and Commercial Development / Compliance and Risk / IT / Legal / Finance / Pricing and Currency Dealers / HR / Administration / Facilities

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Our first store in Australia opened at Brisbane’s domestic airport in 1990, since then we have grown to become the leading foreign exchange business in Australia and New Zealand with 200 retail stores across all major cities. In addition we have one of the marketing leading website, apps, ATMs and the Travelex Money Card, with a support office in Sydney.

In Japan, we have over 70 stores with over 200 colleagues in all major cities with a support office in Tokyo.

We established ourselves in Greater China in 2005, where we have over 30 stores covering several major cities including Beijing, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Zhuhai, Nanjing, Qingdao, Kunming and Shanghai , where our support office is also based. In Hong Kong, we operate stores both at the airport and downtown, with our support offices and vault infrastructure at the airport acting as a base of operations for our business across Eastern Asia. In South Asia, we have a retail network of stores in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand with plans to expand in the future.

Roles available in Asia-Pacific

Customer Service roles : Sales Consultants / Team Leaders

Cash Processing Centre roles :Cashiers / Team Leaders / Operation Managers / Team Managers / Associates / Distribution & Inventory Coordinators / Distribution Consultants

Support roles : Marketing / Business and Commercial Development / Compliance and Risk / IT / Finance / Pricing and Currency Dealers / HR / Facilities

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Since 2006 we have rapidly expanded out footprint from the UAE across the Middle East and Turkey region to serve customers in 5 countries from over 80 stores . Across UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar and Turkey we are present in major international airports, seaports and downtown locations with over 600 employees collectively representing over 30 different nationalities. We pride ourselves on our cultural diversity and whole heartedly embrace the positive impacts it has on our ways of working, discourse and decision making.

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South Africa and Botswana nationals are required to obtain a visa before travelling to Ireland, effective from Wednesday.

A transit visa will also be required if intending to transit through Ireland en route to another destination.

"This is a carefully considered decision which will bring Ireland into closer alignment with the Schengen area in respect of both countries, and into line with the UK in respect of South Africa," justice minister Helen McEntee said on Monday.

She said in recent years a significant number of international protection applications, which are referred to as refugee status in South Africa, have been received from nationals of Botswana and South Africa.

The Dublin visa office will establish a dedicated desk to process applications from South African passport holders. The department will also establish three visa applications centres in South Africa  with visa service provider VFS Global.

Transitional arrangements will be put in place for nationals of Botswana and South Africa who have existing arrangements made before July 10 2024 to travel to Ireland until August 9. Those  who have existing travel arrangements are advised to check irishimmigration.ie for further information.

Ireland is clamping down on illegal entry into the country.

More than 3,700 "doorstop" operations were carried out on flights that pose risks of irregular migration at Dublin airport in the first half of 2024, and more than 115 people were arrested for arriving without appropriate documentation in the same period.

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The government said its border management unit continues to provide training and 24-hour advice to airlines on how to identify and deal with immigration abuse. A review of carrier liability legislation has been completed and new increased levels of fines will soon  be introduced.

Other nationalities who require visas for travel to Ireland include Afghanistan, Bahrain, Belarus, Egypt, India, Jamaica, Nigeria, China, Qatar, Rwanda, Thailand, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

A year ago, South African passport holders had visa-free access to 106 countries. These include Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, Argentina, Israel, Seychelles, Peru and Qatar. A visa was required for 121 countries, including Morocco, Mexico and Malta.

Two years ago a South Africa passport allowed citizens visa-free entry to 105 countries in the world, ranking it in 55th place from a high of 35th place in 2008 and 2009.

The government was advised then by travel experts to do more to reduce passport fraud to improve the rating and ensure an effective, automated evisa system to improve the processing of applications.

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Anyone else dreaming of sea views, warm weather and a glass of wine? 

We can't work magic and book you a holiday, but we can tell you where to find the flavours of Puglia, Sicily and Valencia in your local supermarket - and for less than £10 a bottle. 

Our regular wine expert Tom Tryon ( @vinetribe ), who is the founder of online wine community Vinetribe, gave news reporter Emily Mee  his recommendations...

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Minimalista Malbec (£9) . Lighter than your average Malbec, this is juicy and well balanced

Sicilian Grillo, Taste the Difference (£8.75) . Full of sunshine-ripened flavour, but with enough acidity to keep it fresh

Amandla Shiraz Zinfandel (£9.50) . Luscious and juicy with delightful black fruit and spiciness 

Canto Nono Alvarinho (£9) . Classy Portuguese Alvarinho. Perfect for a warm summer's day

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M&S Found Agiorgitiko (£9) . Bright and juicy red with delightful ripe red fruit

M&S Found Organic Verdil (£9) . Intriguing and complex wine, bursting with marmalade, grapefruit and sweet honey flavours. You have to try it 

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If your child is approaching secondary school, you might be preparing to spend hundreds of pounds on their first smartphone. 

But choosing a costly contract is just the first in a series of difficult decisions facing parents as their child gains online autonomy. 

While phones bring huge benefits in terms of connectivity and independence, they also expose children to risks ranging from accidently running up bills to sexual exploitation and AI-enabled bullying. 

Sky News spoke with experts in the field about what trends parents should be aware of, and what tools they can use to tackle them. 

There are four categories of risks to children according Childnet, a UK-based charity for child safety online.

These are content , such as pornography or gambling, contact , like grooming or cyberbullying, commerce , where children have mistakenly racked up huge bills, and conduct , which includes what information a child shares online. 

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has revealed "a really sharp rise in young people who are being sexually exploited and groomed over the internet" without leaving their home, said Kate Edwards, the charity's associate head of child safety online. 

This refers to incidents where a child is directed to take part in their own abuse, which may be filmed or photographed and shared.

Ms Edwards said young people have also been self-reporting instances of sextortion, where they "have been tricked into sharing a sexual image of themselves and then given a ransom demand" under the threat of sharing the photograph. 

The charity has received phone calls from children reporting generative AI being used to bully, groom or medically misdiagnose children, as well as calls raising concerns over pro-eating disorder or pro-suicide content. 

"The age of onset for an eating disorder can be quite young... if it's around a similar age where someone might get their first phone, then it is important for parents to be aware of the risks," said Umairah Malik, clinical advice coordinator at the UK's leading eating disorder charity, Beat. 

The risk of an eating disorder developing is highest for children aged 13 to 17 years, said the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. 

Video content shared on social media is particularly hard to regulate, with those that fixate on body image or what an influencer eats in a day causing disordered behaviours to develop among vulnerable viewers. 

'We gave him a loaded gun'

Social media played a role in the murder of Amanda Stephens' son, Olly, aged 13, who was lured to a field near his Reading home and stabbed to death in 2021 following an online dispute. 

Ms Stephens now believes the risks posed by smartphones are too great for children to own one. 

"I look back to it, I felt almost proud as we gave Olly his first phone. Now I feel like we gave him a loaded gun," she said. 

"He was exposed to horrendous violence, threats, bullying, under our roof."

During the trial of two 14-year-old boys and a 13-year-old girl, Ms Stephens said she learned there was little policing on social media of violent language or sharing images of knives. 

"In the safety of your home, they are surrounded by a billion strangers."

She's not the only one in favour of a blanket ban - the House of Commons Education Committee has advised the government to consider legislating against mobile phones for under-16s.

As it stands, phone ownership is near universal among children by age 12, according to Ofcom.

But there are tools parents can use. 

"There are many tools out there to help them. I know it can feel very scary when you hear about all those risks," said Ms Edwards. 

"What is important to bring across is while there are all of those risks, that does not mean that every child that uses a smartphone is going to come across those risks and that there are only risks to using this technology. There are also many benefits."

What can parents do to increase safety?

Ms Edwards said parents should have open conversations with their children, working with them to decide on restrictions and breaking down barriers of authority between parent and child.

And whatever rules are in place, the most important thing is to "let your child know their safety comes before any rule".

A common issue raised by children via Childline is online harm or abuse while breaking a family rule – such as using a device at night. The children were therefore fearful of getting in trouble so did not speak up, she said. 

Ms Edwards said parents can contact the mobile phone operator and let them know it is a child's phone, and they will put additional barriers in place including blocks on content or spending. 

At home, internet service providers offer tools to set up limits on what can be accessed via the WiFi. 

CEO of Childnet International Will Gardener pointed to Apple's Family Sharing account and Google's Family Link, which connect a child's phone with their parents, enabling some control over down-time, such as switching off certain apps within particular timeframes. 

They can also be used to approve payments, ensure requests for app downloads and monitor usage. 

Apps also have their own safety mechanisms, said Ms Edwards, including whether someone can contact or share things about your child, or whether they can game with other people. 

Parents and children should also be aware of what support mechanisms are available. 

The NSCC's safety hub has more information on how to keep children safe online, while their partnership with Vodaphone has produced a toolkit for thinking about your child's first phone. 

Children can confidentially report sexual images or videos to Childline and the IWF's Report Remove , which will work to remove them from the internet. 

Any adults concerned about a child's safety or wellbeing can contact the NSPCC Helpline at [email protected] or by calling 0808 800 5000. Children can contact Childline on 0800 1111 or childline.org.uk. 

If you're worried about your own or someone else's health, you can contact Beat on 0808 801 0677 or beateatingdisorders.org.uk.

Anyone feeling emotionally distressed or suicidal can call Samaritans for help on 116 123 or email [email protected] in the UK. 

The one piece of Money news we need to take with us from the week just gone concerns speculation over when an interest rate cut will come.

When the Bank of England's chief economist began his speech on Wednesday, some expected he would tee up a long-awaited August rate cut.

But instead, Huw Pill dampened expectations, saying the timing of a rate reduction was still an "open question" amid strong price pressures.

Services inflation and wage growth showed "uncomfortable strength", he said, prompting investors to rein in bets on a cut, dropping to a 50/50 chance from 62/48.

Mr Pill, a centrist on the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), voted with the majority of his colleagues last month to keep interest rates at a 16-year high of 5.25%.

His more hawkish colleague Catherine Mann has signalled she is unlikely to vote for a cut next month.

She said inflation dropping to 2% was merely "touch and go" and that it would likely rise above that rate for the rest of the year.

Ms Mann added that growth in wages and services prices were still inconsistent with the Bank's target. 

When will a rate cut come?

Sticky inflation is causing the Bank to hesitate "despite evidence that a high interest rate environment has heightened monetary conditions and also caused growth conditions to be more unfavourable", said Jeff Ng, head of Asia macro strategy, SMBC.

He said that while he still expects a rate cut in the current quarter, odds for the first cut to come in the fourth quarter are rising. 

Economic forecasters ANZ said the Bank will only have one more set of data when it meets in August, which is "unlikely to be sufficient for the MPC to be able to gain confidence on the path of inflation, and the MPC may lean in favour of waiting for more data."

It added the MPC will "have greater confidence to cut rates in September".

Of all the stories we've covered this week, none prompted more correspondence than publicans hitting out at a Co-op advert that urged people to watch the football at home (with Co-op pizzas) instead of the pub...

We have highlighted the struggles of pubs and hospitality extensively in this blog, but the bulk of your comments came out on the side of Co-op...

Pub prices are way over the top! When you are expected to pay £12 for a small wine and a beer, aren't the pubs pricing themselves out of business? Bottos01
What is wrong with the Co-op advert? Pubs advertise to draw people into their establishments in order to sell them vastly overpriced alcohol, what is the difference? I can get four pint cans from the Co-op for the price of one pint in the pub. Come on publicans, do the maths. Confused
Buy 4 pints and a couple of pizzas in a pub. Then starve for a week because you've blown the grocery budget. Muppets. Mark clacton
No sympathy for the pubs. They've been pricing themselves out of the market for years. The cost of a pint in a pub is ridiculous. Perhaps they should man-up and learn to respond to a bit healthy competition! DaveZ
I'm sure the pubs are slightly annoyed, although many other businesses need to survive. Sky News provides so much emphasis on pubs and not other businesses trying to cope in the BIG squeeze. Fossy

Fossy will be pleased to know we have a long read coming up on the plight of pubs in the coming weeks.

Reader Richard Stubbs was among a minority batting for his local...

This IS disgraceful by the Co-op, they have been waging war on shoppers because of shoplifting, innocent shoppers stopped and searched constantly, yet staff will just stand watching whilst shoplifters fill huge bags. The pub has atmosphere! Richard Stubbs

We also had reaction from readers on water bills, which are set to rise less than some water firms wanted over the next five years - but still by 21%.

All firms sought hefty increases to bills between 2025-30, with Southern Water leading the way with a proposed rise of almost 73%.

The want customers to pay for an investment programme to stop raw sewage dumping, build new reservoirs and reduce leaks.

Water bills to rise 21% over the next five years. Why are the customers paying for the incompetence of the men in suits? They should be made to pay for everything that needs to be done. Once again it's the public that have to foot the bill. Absolutely disgraceful and pathetic. Colin
The proposed 21% increase in water bills is completely unacceptable due to years of neglect by water companies. I would find a maximum increase of 10% acceptable, but only if there are no pay rises, bonuses for bosses, directors, and managers, and no dividends paid to shareholders Kam

Finally, and on a more positive note, there was praise for Tesco's decision to close Express stores at 7.30pm this Sunday so staff can watch the Euro 2024 final.

Well done Tesco for shutting your doors on Sunday so your staff can see the match. At last you have seen sense as your staff are human after all. Jean Allcock

Tesco's announcement was followed by moves by Sainsbury's and Lidl...

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The UK is set to lose the most millionaires of any country by 2028, a report has found.

Bucking a worldwide trend, the number of millionaires (in dollars) will fall 17% from 3.1 million people in 2023 to 2.5 million, according to Swiss bank UBS.

It joins the Netherlands as the only two countries of 56 analysed where the number of millionaires is forecast to decline - though the UK is starting with the third most millionaires to begin with, behind only the US and China.

Paul Donovan, chief economist of UBS Global Wealth Management, said the shift away from the UK partly reflected its millionaire tally was  "disproportionately high".

He added: "You have obviously seen in the UK over the last few years, as you have seen in other countries, implications arising from sanctions against Russia."

The UK's decision to scrap non-dom status - which meant wealthy, often foreign residents did not pay tax on overseas income - had a "small effect".

"The non-indigenous millionaire population, the global population, which is constantly shifting, will be looking for low tax locations all of the time," he said.

This was "not a function of UK policies per se" but reflected the "pull factors" of other countries, such as Dubai and Singapore.

The UBS report forecast the total number of dollar millionaires in the United States would rise by 16% by 2028, in Germany by 14%, in France by 16%, in Japan by 28%, in Spain by 12% and in Italy by 9%.

The strongest growth in millionaires - of 47% - was expected to be in Taiwan, driven by the country's microchip industry.

Complaints about the banking sector have reached the highest level in at least a decade, an ombudsman has found. 

A total of 80,137 cases were filed with the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) about banking and payment products in the latest financial year. 

That compares with 61,995 in 2022/23.

Concerns about current accounts and credit cards and worries about frauds and scams were behind the increase, the service said.

Admin, customer services, affordability or irresponsible lending by financial firms were among the reasons customers complained. 

Current accounts were the product people moaned about the most, with 30,635 gripes filed. 

Consumers brought 24,402 credit card complaints, of which 13,584 were due to perceptions around unaffordable or irresponsible lending.

Fraud and scam cases generated 27,312 complaints. 

Around half were about authorised push payment (APP) scams, where someone is tricked into sending money online to a fraudster posing as a genuine payee.

Across all financial products, the FOS upheld 37% of the complaints it resolved, which is slightly higher than the 35% recorded in 2022/23.

"The financial services sector takes complaints seriously," a UK Finance spokesperson said. 

"Where things go wrong, firms will always look to put it right and provide good outcomes for customers." 

The spokesperson pointed out that the financial services industry prevents more than £1bn of fraud every year, and was "the only sector which reimburses victims."

A French budget hotel chain has revealed plans to open 100 properties in the UK. 

As part of its ongoing expansion, B&B Hotels is set to open the properties by 2035. 

The company first launched in the UK in February with a hotel at Heathrow Terminal 5, with basic double rooms starting at around £73 a night. 

Since then, it has taken over five sites in Birmingham, Ipswich, Inverness, Warrington and Derby.

The brand already operates nearly 800 sites across Europe, Brazil and the US. 

Fabrice Collet, president and chief executive officer at B&B Hotels, said the move was an "important step" in the company's ambition to have 3,000 hotels in 10 years. 

"Our successful growth model and commitment to value for our guests have made us a beloved brand across Europe, and we’re excited to bring that same experience to guests in the UK," he said. 

England's success at the Euros might have lifted our spirits, but it's also given a "much needed boost" to the economy. 

Fans of the Three Lions are expected to spend £124.9m in hospitality venues this weekend as they flock to the pub to watch the team take on Spain, a spending report by VoucherCodes found. 

On Sunday alone, 17.2m pints are expected to be poured, with drink spend totalling £70.5m. 

This is the highest amount at any stage during the competition and an 19% increase on Wednesday's semi-final spend of £59.3m. 

Food spend is set to hit £54.3m. 

For fans who couldn't secure a spot at the pub, a total of £280.1m is expected to be spent across stores as shoppers prepare to cheer on England from home.

Food and drinks sales (£202.5m) are set to make up the majority of retail spend as fans head to the supermarket, the website found. 

The economic boost has been welcomed by the Night Time Industries Association, with its CEO saying the Euro final is a "golden opportunity". 

Michael Kill said: "I cannot overstate the significance of England's success in the Euros for our night time economy and hospitality sector. 

"Their win in the semi-finals provides us with another golden opportunity to host a massive night of football, bringing fans together across the UK. 

"This event is more than just a match; it is a beacon of hope and a much-needed boost for venues, staff, and the entire community involved in nightlife and hospitality."

Airlines are putting on extra flights as tens of thousands of England football fans travel to Germany for the Euro 2024 final.

British Airways says it will operate two additional flights from Heathrow to Berlin on Sunday, where England's match against Spain takes place at 8pm. 

This will boost the carrier's seat capacity for travel to the German capital by "nearly 30%", a spokesperson said.

Yesterday, the airline reported a 1,000% increase in searches for flights to Berlin, which peaked at 10.05pm - 11 minutes after England secured their place in the final by beating the Netherlands.

The first extra flight will depart Heathrow at 7.50am and arrive in Berlin at 10.40am. 

But the Money team understands this flight has already sold out. 

The second will leave London at 1.50pm and arrive in the German capital at 4.40pm. 

A quick look on the British Airways website shows prices start at £481. 

To fly to Berlin at a similar time on the day after the final, tickets start at £128. 

Extra capacity has also been added to return flights on Monday 15 July to bring fans home.

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