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MakeMy Trip to increase all-women team of holiday experts

Online travel firm MakeMyTrip said it plans to increase its all-women team of ‘holiday experts’ boosted by consistent growth delivered and highest-ever packages sold by them last fiscal. In FY22, the team of women freelancers, serving as holiday experts, helped curate packages for nearly two lakh travellers – closing the year with highest-ever packages sold by these experts in over 10 years, MakeMyTrip said in a statement.

“Spurred by the consistent growth, in the coming months, MakeMyTrip is now aiming to expand the franchise network and increase its pool of holiday experts across the country,” it added. The company, however, did not elaborate by how much the number of its all-women team of holiday experts would be increased. Currently, MakeMyTrip said it has over 850 women holiday experts with 43 per cent of them being mothers and caregivers working from metros such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Indore, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh and Lucknow.

MakeMyTrip said during the pandemic it saw a 200 per cent increase in interest from women freelancers in joining this team from these markets.”We take pride in our robust holiday expert program that includes women from all walks of life. It’s a platform that offers flexible work engagements, attractive conversion-based remuneration, and numerous opportunities for holistic growth,” MakeMyTrip Business Head, Holidays & Experiences, Jasmeet Singh said The company was amongst the initial set of companies who realised the power of working from home, and started investing in a team of freelancers, he added. (Source FE)

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