Nearly two out of three vacations are booked to places a traveler has previously visited, according to MMGY Global. Here’s how you can assist those clients — and generate more sales.
The governor of California has signed a controversial law impacting California independent contractors.
Whether you call them ‘avatars,’ or ‘client personas,’ defining who your ideal prospects and customers are is critical to running a sustainable, successful travel agency.
Ann Chamberlin, who was serving as Senior Vice President of Membership & Strategic Partnerships and President for the ASTA Small Business Network, will join Scenic as Vice President of Sales.
With an exemption for travel agents included in the current version of the controversial labor bill, associations ask their members for one final letter writing campaign on AB5.
Law that will force many employers to convert independent contractors exempts travel agents.
As the cruise industry evolves and cruisers redefine luxury, travel agents have more opportunities to sell their clients high-end experiences.
Predicting vacation bliss isn’t enough. When storms appear, travel advisors are also expected to forecast the weather.
Odds are, you won’t get it right the first time. That’s why ‘test, learn and refine’ should be the mantra for every travel advisor’s digital marketing.
Independent advisors, host agencies and networks are hopeful as agents have been added to the list of exempted professions to be regulated by California’s proposed AB5 law in a major victory for the trade.