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Designer Journeys to deliver ‘designer travel’ for Express Travel Group

Today, Designer Journeys & Express Travel Group announce the launch of its tailored travel partnership to bring designer travel services to the entire ETG network of travel agents.


Designer Journeys will be Express Travel Group’s new partner for tailored travel, offering Agents exclusive access to unique travel design services through its global network of Local Travel Designers.  



Designer Journey’s hand-selected Local Designers are deeply knowledgeable local travel experts that design and deliver extraordinary travel experiences. Every day, they build completely custom travel experiences and curated travel packages in over 70 countries around the world.  


As part of this partnership, Express Travel Group Agents receive access to:

? A vetted, reliable and quality network of Local Travel Designers in over 70 countries

? Almost 2,000 customisable, designer itineraries through an easy-to-use customisation platform that makes designing a trip for clients simple, using Local Designers.

? Designer Journeys’ travel customisation and enquiry management platform

? Dedicated support from the Travel Concierge Team supporting travel agents at each step of the design, booking and travel experience.


Express Travel Group’s Executive General Manager, Ari Magoutis, said: ”Having Designer Journeys on board will provide our Member Agents the ability to design and deliver unique tailored travel itineraries for their customers, backed by the great technology, service and support that the Designer Journeys team delivers. We are excited by what this partnership with Designer Journeys means for our Agents”


“With the demand for private, customised travel solutions set to increase when travel re-opens, we will be there, ready to support ETG Agents to deliver unique, tailored experiences for their clients," Designer Journeys’ Chief Executive Officer Matt McCann said.


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Published: 15 September 2021

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