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DoSomethingDifferent.com appoints Graham Hennessy Country Manager for Ireland

DoSomethingDifferent.com appoints Graham Hennessy Country Manager for Ireland

DoSomethingDifferent.com is investing in its Irish operation, based in Dublin, and has recruited Graham Hennessy as its Country Manager for Ireland.

Graham Hennessy, Country Manager Ireland, DoSomethingDifferent.com

Graham Hennessy, Country Manager Ireland, DoSomethingDifferent.com

 

Graham, who has 22 years’ experience in the tour operating and travel agency sectors, is well known in the industry and joins DoSomethingDifferent.com from Topflight. In this senior role, Graham will manage the Dublin office and be responsible for the sales and marketing for DoSomethingDifferent.com. His focus will be to ensure the brand continues to build close relationships with partners, provide an excellent service to customers and implement strategies to achieve the business’ ambitious sales objectives.

Annabel Cove, Business Development Director for DoSomethingDifferent.com, said:“As a result of the fantastic response we have had from the Irish travel agent community we are investing in our Dublin office to offer a wider service across the country.

“We are thrilled to welcome Graham to the team, he has a wealth of experience and is a great travel professional. He will continue to develop close relationships with the travel agent community, offer exciting incentives, events and help inspire the Irish travel trade to book-something-different and have FUN doing so!”

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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