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Your Golf Travel Unveils Its Latest Recruit

12.01am 9th October 2012 - People - This story was updated on Monday, October 8th, 2012

Your Golf Travel has recruited the experienced Huw Evans to take on the role of senior sales manager.

Evans, who, with Neil Crossland, will head up the management of the European sales team focusing on France and Belgium, joins from GolfBreaks.com, where he was employed for more than five years as senior sales consultant.

His recruitment continues Your Golf Travel’s strategic expansion. Now in its seventh year, the burgeoning company – ranked in the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 for the past three years – now employs more than 100 people in its London office.

Evans said: “I am very excited to join Your Golf Travel and help to drive French and Belgian sales as part of the strategic expansion plans. The product we have available for our clients is unrivalled  and, with Belgium’s reputation as a great golfing destination and the Ryder Cup taking place in France in 2018, I am looking forward to being involved in the growth of this expanding area of the business.

“A big area of potential future expansion will beNormandyin northernFrance, which has a plethora of top golf assets only a short distance away from the UK.”

Andrew Harding, Your Golf Travel’s managing director, added: “Huw’s track record and experience of the golf travel industry speaks for itself. His knowledge and expertise is second to none, and he brings a host of valuable client and supplier relationships with him. We look forward to working with him as he helps drive further growth within the European sales team.”

Your Golf Travel www.yourgolftravel.com

 

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