15 December 2017 , 9:00 am
Over the course of 30 years a lot of great memories have been made. Especially when it comes to the world of travel.
To celebrate of our 30th anniversary in style in Kenya, we decided to surprise our clients and visit their offices unannounced and armed with cakes, goodies and laughs.
Members from every Amadeus department in Nairobi got together in different teams to tour the capital. Our General Manager Mathieu Dutrisac also joined in the fun and helped us distribute cakes to the different offices.
It was incredibly valuable that most members of our team got to meet our clients face-to-face. We chat so often on the phone or by e-mail but to meet clients in person allowed us to forge stronger bonds and create real relationships. We’ve grown from strength to strength over the past 30 years, but we couldn’t have done it without you and we wanted to thank you in person.
This roadshow didn’t only bring us closer to our clients, it also helped us grow as a team. We are proud of everything we’ve accomplished, but together as a team we remain committed to growing and innovating to help make our clients’ lives easier.
A few members of the team travelled to Mombasa for a week to meet with our clients there. We conducted two days of Solutions workshops for travel consultants and held a Management breakfast meeting for business owners. We concluded the week by celebrating our 30th anniversary with a cocktail function to appreciate and thank our customers for their business.
And finally, the celebrations wouldn’t be complete without taking time to give back to the community. Malawi was one of the first East African markets to kick off the 30th anniversary celebrations which included a donation of t-shirts and basketballs to a team of talented handicapped basketball players in Blantyre.
It’s been an amazing time and we look forward to continuing to shape the future of travel with you our customers, for the next 30 years.
Tags: Amadeus 30 Years
, Amadeus 30th
, Amadeus Kenya
Categorised in: Future of Travel, People in Travel, Travel Agencies
Territories: East Africa
This post was written by Kaine Sabiti