Founded in 1967 in Europe, Miki offers the tour and travel industry in the USA in-country office operations in four key U.S. destinations: New York, Orlando, Las Vegas and San Francisco—where its four contractors are located. The company’s sales office is in Orlando, where Henry Scovell, general manager of purchasing for the U.S., is located ([email protected]). And its global computer network allows its sales and operational offices to communicate directly with one another in all matters—from initial pricing to on the road co-ordination. The strength of Miki’s long-term partnerships with hotels and all other suppliers, combined with its buying power enables the company to offer the best availability at the best prices, even in periods of peak demand. Miki continues to expand its network to provide direct service contact in an ever-growing range of destinations. For 2019/20, the company tells INBOUND it has increased technology with the addition of dynamic pricing capabilities through channel managers.
The TourOperatorLand.com website by the NAJ Group (it also publishes the INBOUND Report) has introduced both receptive tour operators, U.S. tour operators and international tour operators to travel product and services of U.S. travel suppliers and DMOs. Visitors to the website can use its exclusive Receptive Finder™ to find the right RTO. It is designed to help both the travel trade and travel suppliers find the right U.S. based receptive tour operator to sell their products on the international travel market place.
The receptive operators listed on TheTourOperatorLand.com, who are vetted and qualified by the NAJ Group, also take part in at least one of NAJ’s RTO Summits series. The Summits take place annually in Los Angeles, New York City and Orlando.
If you would like to make personal contact with Miki Travel, check out the RTO Summit West in Marina del Rey, California next month—February 13-14, 2019. The company will be there. For more information, visit: www.rtosummit.com, or www.TourOperatorLand.com.