1st Contact Voted First for Service!

The TNT Golden Backpack Awards Dinner was held at Shaka Zulu in London last week – the first time this regular Australian event has been hosted in the UK.

With more than 50 000 TNT readers’ votes counted, the awards are a brilliant indication of how customers feel about different service providers in the travel industry today. Categories included airlines, tour operators, hostels and road trip providers, amongst many others.

1st Contact was invited to attend as one of 5 finalists in the “Best Support Service” category – and are pleased to announce that they were voted the winner in this category!

Reg Bramford, CEO of the 1st Contact Group, believes the votes were due to a group effort and a collective dedication to service excellence.

“Everything we do – how we answer the phone; how we speak to our clients; how quickly we process payslips, visas, refunds and transfers; how we deal with complaints and concerns – makes a difference. We have a large team of people who genuinely enjoy solving problems and making clients’ lives easier.”

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  • Andrew

    That’s like AA voting Alcohol the best drink. TNT readers only know of 1st Contact when they arrive in country, and good to get started quick. But takes a few years too realise there is way better service elsewhere. ;o)

    Recommend them for first year to get settled then get away from them and get a personal accountant for same price. One on one. Rather than being handed over to the next new accountant available on the day.

  • http://www.1stcontact-accounting.com/accounting-services/personalised-quarterly-service.aspx Liam Collins

    Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for the comments and feedback. Over the years 1st Contact’s services have evolved to meet the needs of our customers. In addition to an email/postal/online accounting service we also offer a face to face personalised accounting service. For more details you can go to http://www.1stcontact-accounting.com/accounting-services/personalised-quarterly-service.aspx

    Best regards,
    Liam