Whether its destinations or demographics, safaris or family travel, it’s clear that travel advisors embrace specialization because it allows them to stand out with customers.
Purpose-driven tourism, the importance of data analysis, and training opportunities for advisors were among the key points addressed at the conference.
New research shows Canadian travel advisors play a key role in helping clients decide which destination to choose.
While travelling during this period can provide cheaper flights and accommodations, it also presents certain risks that advisers should go over with their clients.
The Government of Canada reminds travelers to do their homework when considering buying a timeshare in Mexico.
After years of speculation and some wishful thinking, Cunard has created cruise itinerary for residents of Victoria, BC and Vancouver Island.
Leisure bookings will remain under the Vision Travel name for the time being, but the corporate division will be rebranded as Direct Travel.
Members and guests of the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA) Alberta enjoyed an evening of networking at the first ACTA Dine Around – a progressive dinner event with three stops.
It’s hard work, but it’s worth the freedom to work when you want and with whom you want, says the growing force of home-based agents.
New website offers a database of safety advice and advisories for Canadian’s traveling abroad.