House of Travel: from record year to closing stores

Rebecca Stevenson
Wed, 23 Sep 2020

Rebecca Stevenson
Wed, 23 Sep 2020
Customers of the House of Travel in Takanini received an email on Tuesday which highlighted just how difficult trading for travel agents has become.“As a valued customer of ours, I am writing to you to let you know of some changes at House of Travel Takanini,” it started.Those “changes” are really more of a gutting of the business. Three of its four staff are leaving the travel agent. It will no longer have a physical store.“With these changes we have made the decision to work remotely,” the email read.Althou...

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