New-To-Travel Program a Success, Says Avoya

Attendees talking at Avoya Travel conference
Avoya Travel says their New-To-Travel program is a success.

Avoya Travel is reporting that independent agencies in the Avoya Network participating in Avoya’s New-To-Travel program are having as much success as independent agencies in the network with years of travel industry experience. The company even claims that many New-To-Travel independent agencies are earning as much as $100,000 in monthly sales in their first six months in the network. 

More than half of the independent agencies joining the Avoya Network participate in the New-To-Travel program, which is designed to support and educate new members of the industry. The program includes the award-winning Avoya University, an optional interactive and self-paced program to help out newcomers. Avoya recently added the ability to access live small group sessions and individual meetings with the program’s support staff, as well as new online courses and webinars tailored specifically for New-To-Travel professionals.

Another feature recently added for New-To-Travel Agencies is the optional Leads 2 Bookings (L2B) initiative designed to help new agents become accomplished faster with Avoya Live Leads – new client leads offered exclusively to their business 24/7. 

The company recently launched the new Avoya Infinity vacation planning experience, which it describes as a consumer-focused vacation planning and booking model. The model is based on the understanding that vacation planning is not a linear process thereby putting the connection between agents and clients at the center. 

Travel agency owners, travel professionals, and others interested in joining  Avoya Travel can contact the company at at 800-521-2597 or visit JoinAvoya.com. 

To learn more about Avoya’s New-To-Travel program, visit: joinavoya.com/Get-Started.

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