Jennifer Jacob’s system for improving efficiency helps travel advisors sharply curtail phone interruptions, minimize time-consuming email exchanges, limit passive inquiries and create a more professional image.
The border has been closed to nonessential travel since March 2020.
Inbound tourism to Israel will resume May 23, 2021, initially for six countries.
The countries have all been added because of the risk of COVID-19 abroad.
The series gives guests the chance to spend a week on an Avalon ship, sailing European waters with some of their favorite storytellers.
May includes “Travel Advisor Day” in the U.S. and Canada.
How can you put a global pandemic in perspective? It’s not an easy thing to do, but it’s something that became the task for Scott Koepf in March 2020. A week prior to COVID hitting North America, Scott, a senior vice president at Cruise Planners, underwent brain surgery, something that he expected to be his “big” event for his 2020. Little did he, or the rest of the world, know what kind of impact COVID would have.Check In Today
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