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Abercrombie and Kent

Industry

Travel

Size

200+ employees

Revenue

£5 million+

Overview

Abercrombie and Kent was founded in 1962 by Geoffrey Kent, who set off for Kenya’s bush country in the company’s first safari.  Today, A&K offers holidays to more than 100 countries on seven continents and Geoffrey still actively leads the company.

Abercrombie and Kent has a network of offices in 26 countries and over 2,500 staff. It has a range of businesses catering for various holidays, from villa and chalet rentals to international real estate and a members-only lifestyle club with exclusive benefits.

The Abercrombie and Kent portfolio has the following brands: A&K Villas, A&K Ski, A&K Stores, A&K International Estates, A&K Philanthropy and A&K Destination Management Company.

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Location

St Georges House,
Ambrose Street,
Cheltenham,
Gloucestershire,
GL50 3LG

T: 01242 547 703

E: info@abercrombiekent.co.uk

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Recent News


The National
Security fears elsewhere have UK tourists heading for the UAE
The National
"We are expecting to grow the business by 10 per cent in the number of tourists [to the Middle East] during the first half compared to the first half [of] last year," said Debbie Duncan-Studart, the general manager of Abercrombie and Kent in Dubai.


Travel Weekly UK
US-based Shore Excursions Group expands into UK
Travel Weekly UK
... by former cruise executives Brad Miller and Michael Bonner, the company was established in the US in 2009. The joint owners have experience working for Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Viking River Cruises and Abercrombie and Kent.
The Shore Excursion Group Plans UK Market ExpansionYahoo Finance

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