Travel Counsellors Australia Sales Skyrocket in January


Travel Counsellors Australia has recorded its best-ever sales month in January 2009. Commenting on the performance, General Manger Peter Watson said, “This is proof and comes as no surprise that our Travel Counsellors are going from strength to strength. With our unrivaled model and support system agents are reveling in their successes.”

Head of Sales Tim Martin added, “It’s great to see that in this changing marketplace that our Travel Counsellors are taking control of their futures, making sales and increasing their profits as a result. Our TCs add value to their clients through personal service and they are then justly compensated for their services. There simply is no better way.”

Along with record sales, Travel Counsellors is boasting an increased number of agents that have made the change to being home-based and began January 2009 with five new recruits taking the total of Travel Counsellors to 67. These numbers are predicted to rise month on month, according to the company, as more agents are realizing their true potential, gaining a better understanding of the Travel Counsellor model and what it can offer them. “The inquiry rate has never been higher," said Watson, adding that “Travel Counsellors has welcomed this change in the industry as a sign of things to come. Regardless of what industry you are involved in there comes a time where organizations need to reevaluate where they are, have insight as to how the industries will change, what the times are calling for and making the necessary adjustments. Travel Counsellors believes that this is vital in establishing and sustaining a successful business in this economic climate.”

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