Travel advisors should begin to think about how they will comply with the central concepts that are likely to be part of any state or federal privacy legislation.
If there is no non-disclosure agreement in place, the information you share with prospective buyers can be provided to others without limit, putting your business and privacy at risk.
It is imperative for every agency owner to find out if their business is subject to the changes in regulations, and how to comply.
The situation serves as a useful, though tragic, vehicle for reminding advisors of their responsibilities related to the safety of aircraft.
Travel advisors are in a unique position to help clients make smart decisions about their medical risk assessments, and they should to do that in any case where the signs of potential risks are present.
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From business structure to legal documents to cash flow, here are important items to evaluate annually in order to keep your agency in its strongest position.
What is the duty of travel advisors to inform and advise clients about criminal events, such as sexual violence, in countries they plan to visit?
Industry pundit talks about steps to take to deter the non-payment situation, and what to do if it happens.
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