Thanks to new products and marketing from cruise lines and a dedication to sell the region from travel advisors, sales are growing as more and more advisors are guiding clients to book a cruise to see a place unlike any other.
The new report provides insights into the importance of supplier sustainability and meaningful tourism policies among agents and travelers alike.
Just two months away, the event for frontline travel advisors offers critical strategies in sales, marketing, niche/specialization, performance and goal-setting.
The report, which follows the Outlook on River Cruises released earlier this month, surveyed 1,256 travel advisors to find out what is happening on the frontlines of the ocean cruise industry.
Survey reveals which cruise lines and itineraries are the most popular, as well as which factors are key to advisors for finalizing cruise bookings.
The award honors the media industry's brightest individuals on the rise, making their mark, even at the early stages of their careers.
Travel Market Report’s new Outlook on Niche Travel and Specialization answers that question and more.
TMR’s first Outlook on Mexico takes a look at the state of travel agents’ bookings to Mexico and how a perfect storm of negative media reports has impacted both inquiries and sales.
The publishing team at Travel Market Report is excited to announce that it will be launching a Canadian-specific newsletter dedicated to Canadian travel advisors.
The conference will welcome 400 travel advisors and over 100 suppliers at the Delta Toronto Airport Hotel in Toronto for two-days of business building workshops and networking.