Travel Cue Celebrates Entrance in Greek Market
Travel Cue Management recently held a reception at the Yacht Club of Greece to celebrate its entrance in the Greek market following the acquisition of Piraeus-based Prime Travel.
Following many years of experience and in-depth knowledge of the travel industry, Travel Cue offers various services including corporate air travel reservations and ticketing services; accommodation reservations and land arrangements; and organization of MICE events.
“It’s been tough and enjoyable years… I look back with awe having expanded business to 14 countries around the world… Entering Greece, our 15th new country, we welcome Prime Travel, a niche organization to our family,” said Travel Cue Managing Director Nagender Rao Chilkuri.
According to Nagender, Travel Cue has been profitable from Day 1, expanding from a team of 10-12 personnel to 480 around the world today.
“It is important to highlight this, that Travel Cue is structured, it functions uniquely in this modern day of technology and with the pace in which business is evolving. We do not have country managers, we are not fighting each other, we are one company with one purpose and that is to succeed in business, to keep this family growing and to continue to face challenges together,” he said.
Referring to the acquisition of Prime Travel, Nagender spoke warmly of Travel Cue’s cooperation with the Greek company and its managing director Evangelos Theodosiou.
“Prime Travel is a brand, a very niche and family-run business… I can assure you that its existing key members and the new team that is coming in, will continue to run it as a family business and work professionally with customers and our business partners,” he said.
Turning to Prime Travel’s partners, Nagender said he was excited to begin business with them. “We at Travel Cue look forward to working with all of you and form excellent business ties,” he said.
Travel Cue has a presence in Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam, and now Greece.