A successful Australian wholesaler finds fulfillment offering the recuperative properties of wellness retreats for cancer patients.
The trend is likely to continue as countries seek to limit their exposure to tourist healthcare expenses.
Making an investment in a CRM tool can be tricky, and requires a well thought out decision-making process. The third and final story in our 3-part series.
As you think about which CRM tool to use for your business, you should first have a plan for using it that will improve your sales and profits. The 2nd of a 3-part series.
Large travel companies use customer relationship management (CRM) tools to target clients with the right offer at the right time. Advisors should, too. The first of a three-part series.
Following a year of crime and safety concerns in the U.S. media, Los Cabos has stabilized local security, grown its hotel offerings, and it is marketing a diverse set of experiences.
While most agents agree that social media is an important part of their marketing, a Travel Market Report survey indicates that advisors struggle to establish formal plans and access analytics.
One Phoenix-based travel advisor is driving new sales leads by leveraging her journalism background and local television contacts.
When considering everything, from their brand promise to building supplier relationships, advisors are encouraged to follow their hearts to create a unique brand.
Travel advisors share their dissatisfaction with supplier programs that encourage guests to steer future bookings away from their agent.