Travelyields aims to provide outcomes that consistently beat clients’ expectations, whatever the agreed consultancy specification. It is the talent and integrity of the Travelyields associate team that drives tangible results upon which client organisations can build.
In addition to Treavelyields, David is a governor at a special needs school for children with learning difficulties. He is also a Fellow of the UK Institute of Travel and Tourism.
Guy is an Architect and Joint Managing Director at The Manser Practice, having worked on the design of a number of marine terminals in the UK and around the world for over 15 years. These projects include the Liverpool Cruise Liner terminal; Mayflower and Ocean Terminals in Southampton; Tower and Enderby Wharf Terminals in London; Kai Tak Hong Kong; Sydney Australia and the Hull city centre cruise terminal.
He has the experience and ability to provide strong clear design leadership and understands the issues faced in developing Cruise Terminals. He promotes collaborative working and has the ability to simply communicate complex issues.
He conceived, designed and built MS Access applications to streamline the hotel holiday product, aviation and cruise line planning process. In recent years, he has focussed on Commercial Analytics, devising enhanced solutions and building complex test models for the sophisticated yield management systems.
Brian has worked with David recently to create the highly acclaimed “To Call or not to Call…” and “Deployment Dilemmas” interactive itinerary planning games for the 2015 and 2016 CLIA Ports and Destinations Summits and the 2016 CLIA Executive Partner Summit.
As Head Of Tourism for the City of Liverpool between 2004-2012, Keith led the tourism related aspects of the planning and delivery of its European Capital of Culture year in 2008, including the development and delivery of the new City of Liverpool Cruise Terminal. He took a strategic role in the growth of Liverpool as a destination and the development of numerous themes, especially heritage and gastronomy, as well as “50 years of the Beatles in 2012”.
Maurice has many years experience with a number of cruise lines and worked with David at Thomson Cruises to turn innovative ideas for cruise itineraries into reality, sometimes operating in the most unlikely of places. He is an itinerary planning and operations specialist and has opened up a number of new ports and destinations for cruising, to the benefit of many. He acts as general support across a range of assignments.