With more and more credit card holders earning points and redeeming them for travel, how and when an advisor supports these clients can be tricky.
Advisor Beth Johnston coached a busy Michigan mom and dad through their family’s dream vacation, including being at the U.S. Women’s World Cup victory game.
The law of numbers – more travelers on one trip means more commissionable sales – should work to an agent’s advantage. But offering insurance to group travelers isn’t so simple.
Considered by many to be the pinnacle of networking groups, BNI could be a travel agent’s strongest source for sales referrals – as well as personal and professional growth.
Some major economic indices are pointing to a travel slowdown, but a leading annual consumer vacation survey says sales should stay solid through 2019.
The controversial law could reclassify independent travel advisors as full-time employees, which could force 41% of them to end their agent careers or leave the state.
Nearly 30% of all tourists arrive in Japan without any travel insurance, according to a government survey.
With clients growing increasingly fearful of the destination, Amoira Johnson used every skill in her travel agent toolkit to make a 25th wedding anniversary island celebration the best it could be.
The complexities of creating direct links between carriers and travel agencies, and ensuring back office systems aren’t disrupted, could slow progress this year.
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