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Fortune Magazine Joins The Trend In Promoting Travel Agents

Suddenly travel agents are the hottest new thing.

Seven Ways to Get Rid Of A Client

Are you losing clients? Experiencing customer migration and defection? You just might have unintentionally mastered the art of client reduction.

Hoteliers On The Move, July 2016

To help you keep up with your favorite GMs and hotel executives as they move around and open new properties, Mary Gostelow offers up a monthly update of who's doing what.

SuperAgent: Meet Karen Sheldon, Creating Community From Home

Karen Sheldon overcomes the boundaries of working from home by connecting her business to community charities and keeping an outward focus.

Unique Vacations Names New CEO

Sandals Resorts rep promotes Tammy Gonzalez to the role.

ASTA Agents Demonstrate Unity And The Value Of A Good Agent

ASTA program offering emergency travel services from member agents demonstrates commitment to travelers and the profession.

Canadian Travel Agents Can Comment On Travel Insurance Rules and Regulations

A working group is accepting comments from the public regarding travel health insurance products through Sept. 30. Travel agents make up a third of the distribution network for insurers.

New DOL Ruling May Rest On Historical Precedent

A 1997 Florida court ruling once exempted a travel agency from having to comply with a controversial Labor Dept. overtime pay rule.

Air France Flight Attendants Strike

The airline cancels almost one-third of Wednesday’s flights as the week-long strike begins.

Hyatt Ziva Cancun Readies Adults-Only Resort-Within-A-Resort

Turquoize set to open in September.

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Tip of the Day

Travelers want more curated results along with the best deals and packages, and they're showing that they will sacrifice a bit of control that do-it-yourself sites offer... This new paradigm has created a space, once more, for old-fashioned human intervention.

 

Clayton Reid
President amd CEO, MMGY