Freya Sutcliffe leaves Jet2holidays to join TTC

By Linsey McNeill
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Jet2holidays National Non-Retail Business Development Manager Freya Sutcliffe will join TTC Tour Brands as part of an expansion of its UK sales team.

She will take on the role of Sales Manager, North from 1 August.

Harry Taylor is also joining TTC as Sales Manager, South East.

The news follows the announcement of a new leadership team at TTC Tour Brands comprising Kelly Jackson as Managing Director and Becky Francis as Director of Sales of the newly created EMEA division.

Harry recently joined the TTC team from JTA Travel, where he was Regional Sales Manager for the South East.

TTC Tour Brands comprises sister brands Contiki, Costsaver Tours, Insight Vacations Luxury Gold, and Trafalgar, spanning the full spectrum of touring product.

Both Freya and Harry will report into Becky Francis, who said: “We are excited that our sales team is going from strength to strength, and are delighted to welcome Freya and Harry who I will know will be fantastic assets to the business.

“They both have a proven track record, with brilliant relationships and have the enthusiasm and drive to slot into our passionate team as we continue to provide our valued trade partners with the very best service, and biggest and best range of tours in the business.”

Prior to joining Jet2holidays, Freya held roles at Superbreak and Garstang Travel, while Harry has previously held various sales roles at Saga before joining JTA in 2018.

In a joint statement they said: “It’s an exciting time to be joining the TTC Tour Brands team, with such well-established and prestigious brands now under one sales team, meaning we can proudly go to our agent partners with a full portfolio of award-winning product. There is something there for every kind of customer and budget, so we can really add value to our agents and their clients by being the go-to for touring.”

Harry and Freya’s appointments bring the TTC Tour Brands sales team in the UK and Ireland to a total of five.

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