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Tailor Made Travel expands into Cardiff with Blue Skies Travel acquisition

Tailor Made chief executive Simon Morgan confirmed to TTG the company had reached terms with the lux..

By Sunday Herald Team , in Travel , at April 10, 2019

Tailor Made chief executive Simon Morgan confirmed to TTG the company had reached terms with the luxury agency in the Whitchurch area of the city.

The store, a deal for which has been completed for an undisclosed sum, will be Tailor Mades 16th across South Wales. Morgan has previously stated his ambition was to grow the group to 20 stores by the end of the year.

All existing roles at Blue Skies Travel will be retained, as will the stores name and branding “for the time being”.

Blue Skies owner Alan Bevan said: “Im pleased Tailor Made is taking the helm from May 1 and the team here will become part of a larger organisation.

“I will remain with the company on a lesser basis as a consultant for the next year while looking forward to my retirement.”

Morgan also revealed Tailor Made had agreed terms on a new store in Newport, scheduled to open in early May with four staff, as well as a further two stores in Cardiff and another in Cwmbran.

Tailor Made will open a store in Cowbridge Road East in the Canton area of the Welsh capital and another in Wellfield Road in Cardiffs Roath district.

“Weve scattered our stores around the suburbs [of Cardiff],” said Morgan. “But I think well eventually look at putting something in the city centre.”

Reflecting on Tailor Mades rapid expansion, Morgan said: “This company is built on people. Find the best of the best, treat them well, and they will deliver for you.

“We will continue to expand and build this business for as long as therRead More – Source

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