The search for simplification leads one out of three Millennials with children to work with a travel agent to plan their vacation.
Should you resist the temptation to unfriend or confront them? Hear the advice of agents who have been there and know how best to handle these unfortunate, but all-too-common scenarios.
Selling travel is not all about free trips — but the hard work can pay off in a career that is rich in adventure and personal relationships, if you start off right.
The NACTA name will go away as members are folded more into the mainstream of its parent organization, and ASTA rebrands from “Agents” to “Advisors.”
Accessible travel is on track to soon account for 25 percent of the overall travel market, as aging Baby Boomers with disabilities retire — and they have the desire and the money to travel.
Travel agents share the dos and don'ts of the sales process, making this step their first priority.
They are one of the driving forces behind lasting client relationships, leading to future sales and additional groups. Learn why this market segment is a recurring win-win for everyone.
The tour operator's new Small Group Journeys were created for intimate groups of no more than 18 guests and cater to luxury travelers’ desire for cultural immersion and insider access.
Some are just beginning to charge fees, while young professionals like Kathleen Sullivan say an annual retainer, covering all of a client’s trips for 12 months, are the key to the future for travel agents.
With so many vacation travelers ‘letting go’ when they go away, what can cause a travel insurer to deny a claim if alcohol was involved?