Topic: Travel Industry Education
This week in the cruise industry a number of major companies have rolled out new tools and incentives for travel agents. Get the details here.
Following a controversial two weeks for group commissions, the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) has launched a training for agents interested in fee-based revenue streams. Get the details here.
The inspections and seminars at sea are part of Carnival Cruise Line’s 2018 “Travel Agents Rock” program. Here’s a look at what’s in store.
The Travel Agency Executive (TAE) Certification is aimed at people who work in a leadership capacity in a travel agency, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) said. Get the details here.
Last year, the three organizations launched new initiatives in technology, marketing, training, and operations that increased sales. This year, the companies eye further improvement. Here’s more.
A GBTA Foundation survey revealed that a majority of business travelers feel their companies take duty of care seriously, yet access to various risk management services is far from universal. Here’s more on the study.
At a recent trade event in Manhattan Roberto Fusaro, MSC Cruises president – North America, talked the cruise line’s plans for one of its newest ships. Find out more.
The events will discuss how travel agents can earn extra by selling with Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold Journeys.
The survey of Avoya’s top producing independent agencies gives travel agents the best ways to prepare for the travel industry’s busiest sales period.
The travel group will hold its annual conference on both land and sea thanks to a partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line. Learn more.