Industry leaders believe charging consumers a planning fee to refer them to a travel advisor validates the profession’s value and status.
With Coronavirus (now named COVID-19) still growing, ACTA has put together six best practices for travel advisors to help deal with the ongoing impact.
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The new space is designed to reflect the company’s culture and provide an environment that can be adapted to the agency’s every need.
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Changes may affect the travel retail industry, including travel agencies based in any state that conduct business with California residents.
Two longtime travel advisors discuss the basic efficiency tools and tactics that have helped them succeed.
“So many people are saying they want to help. We’ve got enough bandages and pouches. The next thing you can do is come visit us.”
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1. Get Payment by Credit Card.
2. Encourage purchase of travel insurance.
3. Make sure to be familiar with the fine print.
4. Only reference official sources.
5. Know your legal obligations.
6. Document, document, document.
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