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‘Let’s Tour’ Appoints Stylianos Bekyras as New Head of Business Development

Stylianos Bekyras

Let’s Tour, the travel division of the Gelasakis Group of Companies, has appointed Stylianos Bekyras as its new head of business development.

Α subsidiary of Gelasakis, Let’s Tour is a privately-owned business group based in Piraeus and Chania, Crete, operating on three core sectors: Travel, maritime services and hospitality.

Stylianos started his career in the travel and hospitality industry in 2009, as business development manager of US-based company Tech7.

“I am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to act as head of business development for Let’s Tour as I can bring a wealth of industry and transactional experience to my new team. I wish to focus on how we can set ourselves up for success to meet the ever-changing market dynamics and increase brand awareness with global partnerships and deals,” he told GTP Headlines.

During the last decade, Stylianos has served as sales manager for online wholesalers like Hotelston, Blue Ribbon bags, Babylon Booking and Ratehawk, gaining multinational experience, retaining a high record of sales in the Greek market and helping his partners expand further.

“I always aim to make the difference; highly trained in solution and value-based sales, client service programs, project management, financial models and global contracting,” he added.

During the last 30 years, Let’s Tour has been rapidly expanding its reach. The company recently became a member of the International Lufthansa City Center network.

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About the Author
Eleftheria has worked for several financial newspapers, magazines and websites during the past 19 years. Between 2004 and 2014 she worked as a radio producer, reporter and presenter for the Greek and English language program of “Athina 9.84 FM”. She also has hands-on experience in the MICE industry.

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