The company is targeting sales of around
He said 70 per cent of its revenue last year was derived from business travellers and the rest from holidaymakers, including those from the meetings, incentives, conventions and events (MICE) sector.
The bulk of the corporate business came from Mahkota Technologies,
This year, it is expecting holidaymakers and MICE travellers to increase and contribute at least 40 per cent to total revenue.
By next year, contribution from holidaymakers and MICE will be around 50 per cent, Foo said.
"We intend to build on our success by enhancing our portfolio of services. We will also continue to invest in training and development of human capital to deliver the best to our customers every day," he said.
"We will embark on Internet booking for worldwide airfares and hotel stays effective
Foo said the flight from the
"Our charter package to the island includes numerous activities like nature adventure, chilling on the beach or fishing in the
"Furthermore, the charter service also paves the way for more inbound Australian tourists to
To complement the company's growth plan, Foo said it has adopted the "blue ocean strategy".
He explained that the strategy generally refers to the creation of a new, uncontested market space that makes competitors irrelevant.
"It often creates new consumer value while decreasing costs. The adoption of the "blue ocean strategy" does not impact our profitability as we negotiate the best possible deals with our suppliers and this is passed on to our customers," he said.
The company is a fully accredited member of
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