02 Jan 2019
We’ve opened 25 new branches including two in Northern Ireland, streamlined our services to make it quicker and easier than ever to get foreign currency and launched on Trustpilot, where over 90% of you have told us about the fantastic experiences you’ve had with us during 2018. It’s been a very busy year!
We reached over 170 branches in 2018 and also won the MoneyAge Award for Best Travel Money Provider for the third year in a row! Plus, we were nominated in the British Travel Awards for Travel Money Provider of the Year and Money Transfer Provider of the Year.
It’s been great to hear from many satisfied customers throughout 2018 across Compare Holiday Money, Google and our newest venture, Trustpilot. We’ve loved hearing about your positive experiences with us and vow to bring you more expert travel money services throughout the next 12 months. You can read some of these reviews here.
On the success of 2018, Giles Custerson, Managing Director at eurochange, said:
“2018 has been a fantastic year for eurochange. We’ve continued to expand our presence in both high street and shopping centre locations and making our market leading services even easier for customers. We plan to open more branches around the country in 2019 which will create new jobs in a variety of counties and provide a valuable foreign exchange service in key areas. Here’s to 2019!”
eurochange is also proud to remain a key sponsor of the charity Sustain for Life. Through in-house collection and social media presence, eurochange has been able to raise over £500,000 for Sustain for Life so far to help them continue to help people in Africa build a sustainable living and reduce poverty. In 2019 we’re upping the ante with our fundraising too! We’re encouraging our employees to raise as much money as they can for Sustain for Life, and the person who raises the most over the course of the year will get to fly over to Africa to see the brilliant work Sustain for Life has done, and see how the money they have raised will help those in need.
Now, we all know that 2018 has been a tough year for the pound. It’s seen huge peaks but also some big falls, especially where Brexit is concerned. 2019 will be the year Britain could leave the European Union, and whatever happens, we’ll be here with top tips and advice to help you get the most out of your money abroad keeping you up to date with what’s what when it comes to your travel money.