Louise has been in the E-Commerce team at Audley for over two years now and currently looks after South America, the Indian Subcontinent and the Polar region sections of the website. Previously she worked on websites for Steppes Travel and the National Trust. Her favourite travel experiences include scuba diving in the Maldives, sky diving in New Zealand and dog sledding in Alaska, with Nepal and Peru next on her wish list.
Articles by Louise Hayes
We are pleased to announce that Audley has been named as one of The Sunday Times 100 best companies to work for, achieving position 30!
We are pleased to announce that our new London office will be opening in the spring.
Located in Shepherd’s Bush near the Westfield Shopping Centre, the office will be in the ‘Yellow Building’, the award-winning head office of Monsoon Accessorize, and is within walking distance of Latimer Grove (Hammersmith and City line) and Shepherd’s Bush (Central line). It is also easily accessible from Oxford and Witney and from across London.
We plan to create the same unique culture in London that we have at our New Mill office in Witney.
If you have a passion for sales and wish to work in the travel industry we’d love to hear from you. We are currently recruiting for Country Specialists for our new London office, to find out more visit our Careers website.
Our Christmas Travel Quiz is always extremely popular and this year was no exception, with over 600 entries. The winners have now been selected by our judges and below is a list of the lucky winners who will each receive a bottle of bubbly in the post.
1. Miss Maria Allan
2. Mr Will Gibb
3. Mrs Elizabeth O’Beirne
4. Dr Eleanor Wasley
5. Mr David Talbot
It’s been a tach-tastic month for ridiculous facial hair in the office. Our Mo brothers and sisters have surpassed themselves with their fundraising efforts, raising a staggering £2,232 in total for this worthwhile cause.
Every hour one man dies from prostate cancer and over 40,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year.
Movember raises the profile of male health issues such as mental health and prostate cancer. Last week our Mo brothers produced a video as a last fundraising push, which is now available on Vimeo. You can also show your support by visiting their Movember web page.
Well done lads and lasses!
After we waved goodbye to Kim, who travelled back to England today, the rest of us flew to the place that Charles Darwin put on the map, the Galapagos!