Building strong relationships with clients and suppliers is the key to success, as is out-of-the-box creativity, says this travel marketer.
Fresh off saving travel agents from a California bill that could have eliminated their independent contractor status, the industry has turned its attention to New York.
Travel advisors Sandy Anderson and Robin Isquith talk about how they encourage clients to manage news objectively and manage fears.
The group has been aggressively advocating for the Ontario government to make significant changes to the Travel Industry Compensation Fund, and provide financial relief to those adversely affected.
Suppliers are making it easier for Canadian travel advisors to sell and book luxury cruises by offering Canadian dollar pricing and Canada at Par initiatives.
The new services, developed both in-house and with industry partners, tackle some persistent pain points in the air travel experience.
Featuring charming Old-World squares, castles, and churches, as well as its natural wonders from forests to seas and lakes, Central Europe boasts many of the most Instagram-worthy spots on the planet.
“Be creative and target your audience. Where are they? What do they like to do? The possibilities are limitless. It’s only limited by your imagination.
1. Commit to your specialty
2. Learn how to identify your ideal customers
3. Value your time and introduce a service fee
4. Choose your partners wisely, but have more than one
5. Invest in education and professional development