Familiarization Trips, better known as Fam Trips, are educational trips organized exclusively for media partners or travel agents and resellers, by travel businesses such as tour operators and accommodation establishments.
Travel advisors are the evolved version of the travel agent. With the rise of the internet, consumers have almost too much information on the internet. … A travel advisor is well-traveled and has key contacts and resources in the industry to make the perfect recommendation for their clients.
About 3 to 4 weeks to complete the initial training.
Yes, we do not receive the commission from the supplier until after the client’s return from their vacation.
Yes you can! All you need is a desire to travel and love for researching fun and exciting destinations
Perks are the special benefits that Travel Advisors get when they travel themselves. It can be anything from a special gift, upgrade, discount and so much more. Plus, we make it easy, we have a one stop PERKS page at your fingertips once you join.
Host agencies are networks that help support the needs of Independent Travel Agents by offering a variety of resources, such as marketing and technology, professional development programs, ongoing support, and more.
IATA accreditation is a seal of approval recognized worldwide. The IATA/IATAN ID Card is the ONLY globally recognized industry credential for travel professionals.
You will only need to pay the additional subscription fee.
There is minimal extra cost to start your own business. Your city and state will have costs to obtain your business license and to register your dba or LLC. You will also need to get your own domain name. Godaddy is one of many sources to use.
Cruise Line International Association Training (CLIA)
CLIA’s training and certification programs are designed to make you the consumer’s most knowledgeable cruise resource and increase your cruise sales and commissions.
No you do not. We have long standing relationships with the suppliers and their business sales managers.