Ann Chamberlin, who was serving as Senior Vice President of Membership & Strategic Partnerships and President for the ASTA Small Business Network, will join Scenic as Vice President of Sales.
Odds are, you won’t get it right the first time. That’s why ‘test, learn and refine’ should be the mantra for every travel advisor’s digital marketing.
Independent advisors, host agencies and networks are hopeful as agents have been added to the list of exempted professions to be regulated by California’s proposed AB5 law in a major victory for the trade.
Although high-net-worth clients value them, luxury travel agents face many of the same issues that other advisors do, a new Skift study says.
In the dog days of summer, some travel advisors try to take a vacation. While you’re gone, what does your out-of-office message say about you and your business?
On Monday, legislators discussed a broad bill that could eliminate the ability for travel advisors to be engaged as ICs in California.
Recent civil unrest in Puerto Rico and Hong Kong once again raised the issue about what insurance travelers should purchase for the best protection.
MMGY study shows travel agent popularity is again on the rise as more consumers seek them out for their international expertise and knowledge of tours and lodging.
Legitimate looking websites appear to represent popular airlines and hotel chains, but they are costing travelers money and creating customer service nightmares.
As Americans find jobs in other industries, it’s getting harder and harder to attract quality leisure travel agents and in states with high travel agent populations, unemployment hovered at all-time lows this summer.