He once thought travel insurance “was a scam.” But after recouping $124 on a recent Amtrak trip, this journalist now thinks purchasing coverage is a smart move.
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.
Wanda Parks is combining her professional education, personal coaching business, and interest in holistic wellness to develop a travel agency niche.
This New York City-based travel agent helps older women overcome their self-limiting barriers to travel the world.
Fines for harassing geishas have been added to a series of measures the ancient Japanese city has instituted to combat a surge of tourists looking for ‘Instagram moments.’
Travel advisors Sandy Anderson and Robin Isquith talk about how they encourage clients to manage news objectively and manage fears.
Used interchangeably, the two phrases are technically dissimilar. So, the industry is still educating travel agents about the differences.
Speculation about low Disney parks attendance swirled around the dismissal this week of a senior executive who oversaw the Star Wars attraction opening. Agents aren’t sure about future impact.
As beachside weddings in the Caribbean and Mexico become more commonplace, some couples are eyeing more distant settings for their destination nuptials.
Whether you call them ‘avatars,’ or ‘client personas,’ defining who your ideal prospects and customers are is critical to running a sustainable, successful travel agency.