“We’re delighted with our new store design… it’s a comfortable and friendly environment where customers can seek expert travel advice about researching, planning and booking their holiday,” helloworld Waverly Gardens owner Debbie Wilkie said. Following a successful consumer launch, travel retailer helloworld continues to grow, with more than 650 locations reportedly signed on to switch to the helloworld brand. Branded agents can opt to upgrade their locations to become ‘Ambassador’ stores, featuring new collaborative spaces and interactive technologies. helloworld have signed up over 225 locations and already refreshed more than 60 stores with new branding, while a further 425 locations are due to transition over before the end of the year. The new travel retailer’s chief executive Rob Gurney said the agent uptake of the new travel brand continues to exceed expectations. Source = ETB News: P.T. helloworld recently revealed the layout of their concept store to media and partners in Melbourne and have also launched their new consumer website, powered by Orbitz Worldwide technology.