Tour operator Red Savannah has handed a European consumer and corporate PR brief to The PC Agency.
Established in 2011 by George Morgan-Grenville, Red Savannah claims to offer bespoke tours “underpinned by 21st Century technology”. Its services include “tailor-made” journeys through Australasia, the Indian sub-continent and South-East Asia, safaris and gorilla tracking trips in Africa, ranch holidays in the US, itineraries in South America and voyages to the Arctic and Antarctica.
Its portfolio also includes properties across Europe and the Caribbean, including Villa Rayol on the Cote D’Azur, Il Convento dei Cappuccini in Umbria, Villa Kathleen in Antigua, Binicalaf in Menorca, Enasoit in Kenya, and the Leobo Private Reserve in South Africa.
The appointment comes less then a month after Richard Branson’s former comms director, Paul Charles, launched The PC Agency and acquired travel consultancy Angel Publicity.
Charles said: “Red Savannah is one of those rare travel brands that ooze expertise – its depth of knowledge and contacts puts it at the top of the list for anyone considering a holiday or event to remember. We’re looking forward to telling exciting stories about the fantastic experiences they can offer around the world.”
Morgan Grenville added: “We have spent 18 months trying to identify a high-end consultancy that had the depth and breadth of experience in the premium travel and lifestyle sector.
“We knew immediately on meeting Paul that The PC Agency measured up in every respect. We are delighted to be working with Paul, Emma and the whole PC Agency team and look forward to showcasing Red Savannah’s bespoke, friendly and knowledgeable approach to creating some of the finest travel experiences imaginable.”