On Monday, legislators discussed a broad bill that could eliminate the ability for travel advisors to be engaged as ICs in California.
The existence of an estate plan that provides for proper handling of the business in the event of the death of the owner is an essential legal document to put in place.
Recent civil unrest in Puerto Rico and Hong Kong once again raised the issue about what insurance travelers should purchase for the best protection.
MMGY study shows travel agent popularity is again on the rise as more consumers seek them out for their international expertise and knowledge of tours and lodging.
Legitimate looking websites appear to represent popular airlines and hotel chains, but they are costing travelers money and creating customer service nightmares.
As Americans find jobs in other industries, it’s getting harder and harder to attract quality leisure travel agents and in states with high travel agent populations, unemployment hovered at all-time lows this summer.
As travel advisors, we have to be curious. Curiosity leads to impactful connections that pave our road to success. - Jenn Lee, VP of Sales and Marketing, Travel Planners International
1. Be consistent in your marketing.
2. Create systems and follow them.
3. Use your consortium’s marketing services.
4. Listen for personal details and use them.
5. Leverage your CRM.