Members and guests of the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA) Alberta enjoyed an evening of networking at the first ACTA Dine Around – a progressive dinner event with three stops.
It’s hard work, but it’s worth the freedom to work when you want and with whom you want, says the growing force of home-based agents.
New website offers a database of safety advice and advisories for Canadian’s traveling abroad.
Canadian travel advisors of all levels are encouraged to attend the event, where they can choose which training opportunities best suit their business needs.
ACTA celebrated in spectacular Vancouver, British Columbia on a harbor cruise with 100 of the industry’s top travel professionals.
As we celebrate travel advisors far and wide this week, it’s the perfect time to help you celebrate yourself.
Travel advisors gather with like-minded peers and suppliers to push beyond their comfort zones and learn how to have greater success in their businesses.
From finding your purpose to leveraging trends and refining selling strategies, Oprah laid out a roadmap for successful marketing.
If you’re ready to jump up not one, but several levels, in your business this year, take a look at these empowering suggestions from an expert who knows the score.
Geraldine Ree, the new executive director of TMR Canada talks about why she’s looking forward to her new role and TMP West, the sell-out educational event that takes place in Vancouver later this month.