Cox and Kings, one of the oldest brands in the travel and tourism industry, has made its long-awaited debut in the Australian and New Zealand market.
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As of Monday (Dec 7), Cox and Kings Australia Pty Ltd became the corporate entity, operating the independent product brands of Cox and Kings, Tempo Holidays and Ezeego1.com
CEO of Cox and Kings Australia (and of each brand) is Steve Reynolds, who was CEO of Tempo Holidays when Cox and Kings purchased the 20-year old Australian wholesaler in November 2008.
He said the current brand of Tempo Holidays would continue in its well established form, that is, as a destination specialist wholesaler specialising in the broadest range of product, service, unique experiences and tailored arrangements within the destinations currently served.
The brochure range, call centre and sales support will remain unchanged and will continue to be supported by the existing management team.
“During the past 12 months Tempo Holidays has been subtly integrated into the Cox and Kings family by adopting common operating and accounting principles, technology, central resources and suppliers,” he said. “We are now ready to expand the Cox and Kings business here using Cox and Kings Australia as the vehicle,” he said.
The first initiative of Cox and Kings Australia has been to launch this week of the first ‘Cox and Kings Small Group Journeys’ brochure for the Australasian market.