Keyword: Signature Travel Network
The booking engine will allow an agency’s clients to book their own travel through consultants’ websites while still guaranteeing amenities and commission. Get the details here.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced members of its 2018 Executive Partner Advisory Board. Here’s the full list.
Travel agent Harvey Utech has become 200th member to join the program that offers new agents online classes, in-person training, marketing services, and more. Learn more.
The first quarter of 2018 has been a busy and productive one for travel industry consortia and host agencies. Here are some highlights.
Amber Blecker, Kameish Stanley, and Lisa Baron will now handle sales, marketing, and supplier relations, respectively. Here’s more.
Newly appointed Morgane Beltaief will lead new initiatives for national account and key account partners, implementing business strategies that benefit agents, agency owners, and consortia partners. Learn more.
A Marriott spokesperson tells Travel Agent the company is “honoring existing contracts.” Here’s the latest.
Marriott International is moving to cut group commissions as of March 31. How do you think the change will affect your business?
The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA), Virtuoso, Signature Travel Network and Travel Leaders Group have all weighed in with criticism on Marriott’s decision to cut commissions on group bookings at its U.S. and Canada properties. Here’s the latest on the new policy.
A new luxury sales program spearheaded by EVP Ignacio Maza is among a number of changes at Signature. Here’s what you need to know.