These past nine months have driven innovation and resilience in travel advisors like never before. Here's what they've learned.
TMR this week released its newest outlook on what’s happening within the travel industry.
While holiday travel will be down this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 50 million Americans are still expected to travel this Thanksgiving, according to AAA Travel.
'Such an unqualified proclamation ignores not only the fact that each traveler has her own level of risk tolerance, but also fails to acknowledge the critical role travel advisors play.'
Angie Rice and Janet Semenova of Boutique Travel Advisors joined TMR last week to talk about managing time and boundaries with clients, while not compromising service.
To help travel advisors with their selling efforts, here’s a cruise wish list of where to go in 2021 and 2022 to share with clients.
'We needed to be a source of comfort and reassurance for our customers. We wanted to reassure them that this will be the greatest build-up in demand for the modern history of travel.'
Build your business back better for travel’s rebound by growing your potential client list.
ACTA will kick off its virtual Travel Industry Summit tomorrow, Nov. 12.
The virtual conference focused on Avoya’s position of strength moving into 2021 and the resumption of leisure travel post-COVID-19 with an emphasis on “embracing the change.”