As incidences of cybercrime heat up, travel advisors can help travelers protect themselves from fraud and significant financial losses.
The brand’s new integrated online booking system now has triple the amount of hotel inventory and travel ancillaries, and enhanced filters to make searches easier for advisors.
Some fear it for its potential to replace them. Some are annoyed because it provides consumers with incomplete information. Others love Google for all of its cool tools.
With a mix of tools, talent and tenacity, co-owner Cathi Banks and her agents are becoming travel celebrities, while the agency is growing its sales.
Large travel companies use customer relationship management (CRM) tools to target clients with the right offer at the right time. Advisors should, too. The first of a three-part series.
A Travelport survey says agents are competitive with other forms of booking, and a sizable portion of consumers wish advisors would take a bigger leap into the digital age.
“I think it’s very important to remain optimistic and trust in the best outcome and move towards it…Think about what your goal is, and take steps to achieve it, then you’ll get there…[Advisors] just need to hang on and use this time to educate themselves and prepare to be where they want to be when this is over.”
Rose Haché, Esq., CTIE
Law Office of Rose A. Haché