Travel Market Report Launching Canadian Newsletter

by Travel Market Report

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 newsletter will be consistent with the publication’s overall Travel Market Report mission: To be the voice of the travel advisor, providing helpful, business-building content to support travel advisors.  

In addition, the Canadian newsletter will feature regional content, such as Canadian travel advisories, insurance programs, and important updates from wholesalers and travel suppliers serving the region.

According to Geraldine Ree, executive director, Canada, for Travel Market Report, Canadian travel advisors are consummate professionals and avid learners, always looking for ways to improve their travel business. Ree said: “We’ve had an incredible response to our Travel MarketPlace shows, especially from home-based travel entrepreneurs.  Adding a Canadian newsletter will provide an important resource for our readers.”

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