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Lufthansa Executive Takes ‘The Hot Seat’ at Business Travel Conference

Juergen Siebenrock talks fees, GDS numbers, data leaks, and strategy.

One-on-One With Hurtigruten's Gordon Dirker

Hurtigruten, the 120-year-old Norwegian cruise company, is expanding three onboard initiatives, all designed to enhance guest experiences, that it’s been pilot-testing this year. TMR talked with Gordon Dirker, managing director-North America, about the programs.

Cruise Perks Are Nice, But Beverage Packages Rule

It’s about the experience, many agents say. Hold the free wifi and give our clients free drinks instead.

Survey: Family Vacations Are Worth the Hassle

A new study by Expedia reveals what a lot of travel agents already knew about family travel: the planning isn’t easy, but it’s worth the effort.

Four Steps to Keep You Balanced When You Work from Home

Creating work-life balance is particularly challenging for travel agents, who often deal with clients and time zones around the globe.

3Qs for Cruise Month: Ken Muskat, MSC Cruises

In honor of National Book a Cruise Month, TMR is interviewing executives from across the travel industry.

Bundles of Joy? Suppliers Forgo Nickel-and-Diming in Favor of Packaging Fees

Bundling fees into neat packages increases customer satisfaction and revenue—and decreases agency commissions. What more could a supplier ask for?

Riviera Maya Projects Record Visitors for 2015

Area sees three-fold growth in 15 years thanks to year-round visitors and upscale amenities.

Female Travel: Not New, But Different

New destinations and options grow the market for women, alone and in groups

So You Want to Be a Travel Agent? Four Steps to Landing a Job

For prospective travel agents, getting a job often comes down to understanding exactly what hiring managers are looking for. Here’s an insider’s view on how to stand out.

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What sets men apart from women in terms of their luxury preference is that men are more status-conscious. For men, it's the 'peacock phenomenon.'
Pam Danziger
Unity Marketing