This year, for the very first time, we are delighted to be one of the possible nominees in a BRAND-NEW category at the 12th Study Travel Awards: ST Star Service Provider. This is very exciting news as it will be the first year that Guardianship Organisations are included in the list of possible nominees.
Up for the ST Star Service Provider, we are extremely proud to be considered in this category and are even prouder to see guardianship recognised in such a large industry arena. The prestigious ceremony takes place during the ST Alphe Conference in September this year and acknowledges achievement across the whole study travel industry, asking educators and agents worldwide to vote for the company who deserve the award most for excellent business performance. The award for the ST Star Service Provider finally offers guardianship a rare moment in the spotlight.
With the stakes so high we really need your votes. If you are an agency or school and would like to vote for Bright World, please click here or the button to the left and complete the short voting form, scroll down to the ST Star Service Provider category and select ‘Bright World Guardianships’ from the dropdown list of nominees.
A maximum of 5 people can vote per school/ agency, so if you would like to get behind us, we would be grateful for you to use all votes available. Voting is now open, completely confidential and closes on 28th April 2017.
So why vote for Bright World?
"We thank you in advance for your continued support and hope that with your votes, we will be walking down the red carpet at the ST Alphe Star Awards.” Charlotte Hamson Director of Sales & Marketing
"Bright World is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment."
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