Recognised the world over, Virtuoso has long been the symbol for trust and quality in the travel industry.
Long considered the benchmark for quality in the travel industry, Virtuoso has continued to be a stamp of approval for agents, operators and DMCs around the world. Following a long and complex screening programme, which ensures that members meet or exceed the criteria outlined by the programme, Oxford Ski Company is now accredited as a member agency.
This is a significant move both domestically and globally as Oxford Ski Company continues to cement its position at the forefront of luxury alpine escapes. With a continued expansion of its portfolio across three core verticals (luxury catered chalets/villas, luxury alpine hotels and luxury self-catered apartments), the company shows no signs of slowing down. An innovative force in the luxury ski chalet market since 1998, Oxford Ski Company understands better than most the importance of catering to all areas of the industry in both B2C and B2B capacities.
When asked about the partnership, Oxford Ski Company Managing Director, Mark Gibbins said: "We understand the importance of trust in all walks of life, but even more so with our high-net-worth and ultra-high net worth clientele. We have built a business around the experience, expertise and service which the team here deliver for each and every client, but underneath all that, there must be trust. We’re incredibly proud to have been accredited as one of the few ski agents under the Virtuoso banner globally.”
Whilst this latest accreditation is just one more step in continuing to be the world’s leading luxury ski agent, it is also a badge of trust for the B2B relationships held from Brazil to Qatar and New York to New South Wales. In a world ever more consumed by fraud and deception, the Virtuoso partnership aims to allay fears and reinforce the longstanding and hard-earned trust of Oxford Ski Company.
Celebrating its 25 anniversary this season and with year-on-year growth across the business, Oxford Ski Company looks set to continue leading the way for the next 25 years.