Intro to Advising: How to Start a Luxury Travel Business

It's not just about taking trips: It's about entrepreneurial spirit, sales and keeping up with the industry // Photo by relif/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

So you want to become a travel advisor. That’s great. But what’s next? There are plenty of components that go into being a travel advisor—and traveling is only a part of it (and, arguably, the easiest part): You will need an entrepreneurial spirit, a strong sales approach, a knowledge of industry practices and much, much more.  

To help you get your business up and running, Luxury Travel Advisor reached out to several of our most recent Trendsetters to get their tips and tricks for starting a travel business. Here’s what they had to say...

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