To help its advisor readers, Travel Market Report today is excited to announce that its new COVID Recovery Destination and Attraction webpage is now live.
The results of the first survey will take a look at just how hard travel advisors have been hit during the pandemic and how inquiries have shifted over the past few months.
The event offers scholarships to advisors at all career levels, with applications open through July.
Advisors can hear about various sailings, itineraries, and get a virtual tour of the ships.
The guide covers everything a consumer needs to know before they contact private aviation providers.
The British Virgin Islands, in preparation for its reopening post COVID-19, has continued to publish updates on its travel advisor e-newseltter.
The report surveyed over 1,500 travel advisors, prior to the impact of COVID-19, to determine what’s most important to the frontline agent.
On Friday, Carl Risch, Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs, detailed what changes are in store for passport seekers as the U.S. works to safely continue passport services amid the pandemic.
TMR has undertaken a number of these outlooks over the past year, but because this one represents what is happening in the world of the frontline seller, we are particularly proud to release it to you.
Soft marketing efforts, social media raffles, online cooking classes comprise strategies to stay connected with clients.