Travel Planners International Offers Free Seminars

Travel Planners International (TPI), a major host agency, announced their continued partnership with brandUcoaching to offer their independent contractors six free business building workshops and one free 30-minute, one-on-one personal coaching sessions with Cory Andrichuk every quarter of 2010. The workshops are intended to help agents plan, strategize, implement and grow not only their business but also their personal development.

“Cory Andrichuk’s experience in business development and his passion for helping others will provide this next level of business development” said Tony Gagliano, Jr., vice president of Travel Planners International. “Because relationships and networking are so important in business, especially for a professional travel agent, TPI is providing a special incentive for those agents who participate in the entire program.”

The first set of webinars held during January – March 2010 was a huge success, TPI reports,  and will be repeated every quarter of 2010.  The 60-minute workshops are presented every two weeks via webinar and include an interactive e-playbook. In addition to the live webinars, each participant will receive -1- 30-minute 1-on-1 Personal Coaching Session with Cory via the telephone.

For more information about Travel Planners International and the solutions they offer independent contractors, travel agencies (both home-based and storefront) and suppliers can contact Michelle Reed or visit Travel Planners International is a host agency servicing independent contractors and travel agencies since 1988.

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