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We're thrilled to publish the guide to Britain's best travel agents this week, following visits and interviews from 10 of the team at TTG. For the TTG Top 50 shortlist guide, I visited the north-west and met with five agencies who proved that they could turn businesses around, continue to thrive and even bounce back from redundancy stronger than ever. All of us felt inspired by the time we spent with agents in the community, so I hope you enjoy reading all their stories too. We've also been working hard on the incredible line-up for the Ultratravel Forum – and I look forward to seeing you there on May 23.

April Hutchinson
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