Get to know SA's fast growing online travel agency Travelstart #WorkingLunch

As part of the Capetalk #WorkingLunch series, the Pippa Hudson Show is being broadcast live from the Travelstart head office in Gardens.

Travelstart is one of Africa’s largest online travel booking website.

CEO at Travelstart, Stephan Ekbergh says everything they do is built around the best technology to make sure they offer their customers the best airline prices.

We have a big team who meet with the airlines regularly on behalf of the customers.

Stephan Ekbergh, CEO at Travelstart

We have only one office. In that way we save money by not having high street offices around the country.

Stephan Ekbergh, CEO at Travelstart

We simplify things through technology so we can have much lower service fees than what others do.

Stephan Ekbergh, CEO at Travelstart

Travelstart is open 24 hours a day and offers secure payment services, says Ekbergh.

They don't just offer airline bookings but also hotels, car rentals, holiday packages and other travel services all in one place.

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