Titan trade sales revenue hits ‘record level’

Titan trade sales revenue hits ‘record level’

Trade sales for Titan grew by more than 15% to reach record levels of revenue in 2017, having doubled in the last five years.

The operator aims to build on the success with more opportunities to support agents as its celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

Agents have the chance to win 40 prizes and 40 places on fam trips as well as £10 lifestyle vouchers for every booking.

Titan’s agency sales team headed by Edwina Coppock has grown from three to nine full time staff in the last few years.

Alongside her at the Redhill office are Alana Jones and Ellie Sandys bolstered by a team of six area sales representatives across the country.

Tracy Meldrum oversees Scotland with Emily Parkes as the northern regional executive.

Adam Dean covers central England and Ireland, while Sharon Tait looks after eastern England.

Dividing the southern region are Michelle Halsey in the south west with Louise Sword covering the south east and Channel Islands.

Coppock said: “I am so proud of my whole team. They work extremely hard with long hours, evenings and weekends spreading the Titan word and attending 100’s of events and shows each year.”

Titan managing director Andy Squirrell added: “Edwina and her team are a real credit to Titan. We are aiming to continue our growth with the trade and as the face of Titan to our trade partners, we simply wouldn’t be able to achieve this without having such a dedicated, skilled and tight knit team.”

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