Tipto chairman Zena Hill is to step down from the role at the end of August after four years at the helm.
Under Hill’s tenure the organisation has increased its membership from 12 to 20 supplier members, introduced four Supershows and four training days to its range of events, which include roadshows for independent travel agents.
Hill said: “The decision to step down as TIPTO Chairman has been a difficult one, but one that I’ve made for very good reasons. My time with TIPTO has been exciting and extremely fulfilling.
“The developments we’ve made as a team have taken TIPTO from strength to strength and we now have more members and more agents taking part than ever before.
I’m delighted to have been a part of this process and wish TIPTO and the talented team that run the business all the best for the future.”
Tipto has yet to appoint Hill’s successor.
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