Cox and Kings ties up with DigiLend for Easy Travel Loans
Let go of your financial worries but not your travel dreams. Marking the start of instant loans in travel space, Cox & Kings has tied up with DigiLend to bring hassle-free EMI scheme for aspiring travellers.
Mumbai: Let go of your financial worries but not your travel dreams. Marking the start of instant loans in travel space, Cox & Kings has tied up with DigiLend to bring hassle-free EMI scheme for aspiring travellers. Cox & Kings, one of the leading travel companies with offices worldwide has initiated this scheme to enable travellers to procure quick loan through DigiLend that provides online and instant loans with immediate credit evaluation and connecting the customer to the right lender. Customers can seek a loan amount ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 5, 00,000. Any Indian resident (above 18 years old) having a certified source of income can apply for the scheme with an interest rate of 12% p.a. Only.
Commenting on the tie-up, Mr Anil Khandelwal, CFO, Cox & Kings said," Our constant endeavour has been making travel, affordable and seamless. Finance being the biggest hurdle for many travellers, we choose to innovate and bring in new partnerships to facilitate travel." With comfortable EMI options, the payment tenure ranges from 6,9,12 or 18 months. "Using the easy EMI scheme, our customers can now get a Europe holiday for only 20,000 p.m. " he added.
The applicant will receive an in-principle approval within 2-3 minutes on filling up a simple form. Following which, the customer has to submit certain documents to the representative. The disbursement of the loan will be made within 2 working days post verification of the documents. To book the travel package, the customer has to pay an advance EMI depending on the repayment tenure and a minimal 2% processing fee.
About Cox & Kings Ltd.
Cox & Kings Ltd. (‘C&K') is a leading leisure and education travel group with operations in 23 countries across 4 continents. It is one of the most experienced travel companies in the world, having been in operation since 1758. Headquartered in India, over the last three decades, C&K has transformed itself into a diversified, multinational travel conglomerate with a focus on the new-age global consumer.
C&K operates in three key verticals; Leisure, Education and Hybrid Hotels.
Leisure-India is best known by the ubiquitous Cox & Kings brand in India, where we are an integrated travel enterprise, offering the best and widest range of travel options to individuals, groups and businesses in the fastest growing major economy in the world.
Leisure-International operates in multiple countries, mainly under the Cox & Kings brand, with a greater focus on premium-end travel.
Education operates under the brand names PGL and NST, among others. PGL and NST are market leaders in experiential learning in the UK and we intend to take these brands across the world; we have recently entered the Australian market.
We operate 16 hybrid hotels in Europe under the Meininger brand. Our unique selling proposition is that we can deliver the urban traveler a clean, safe, stay in a city-centre location at an affordable price.
Cox & Kings is one of the founding members of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and also the member of premier industry associations across the world. Over the years the company has won many awards that stand testimony to its excellence in service.
In 2016 the company has won a string of awards and amongst them are the World Travel Awards for Asia's Leading luxury Tour Operator, India's Leading Travel Agency and India's Leading Tour Operator. It also won Hospitality India Travel Award for Best Domestic Tour Operator and Best Experiential Travel Company. Cox & Kings Trade Fairs was recognised as Champions of ChinaPlas for 2016, 4th time in a row. Continuing with its winning legacy, Cox & Kings won the coveted SATTE Awards and Travel and Lifestyle Leadership Award for Best Outbound Tour Operator in 2017.
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Thomas C. Thottathil
Cox & Kings Ltd.
Head - Corporate Communications
Jun 20, 2017