Topic: Luxury Travel Agents
We asked the Trendsetters what type of person is best set up for success in the industry. Here are their thoughts...
Being a luxury travel advisor is major investment of time, grit and perseverance, so you have to want it bad enough to stay in it and succeed.
Network, network, network
The importance of an industry mentor isn’t lost on any of the advisors we spoke with.
There are so many busy advisors that need help and support; you can offer to intern or work part time to learn the business.
Some advisors are looking for something to keep them busy, while others are looking to make a wholesale change in their profession.
If you’re interested in becoming a travel advisor, you may already have a fondness for travel but if you’re a late bloomer in your travels, don’t worry.
So you want to become a travel advisor. That’s great. But what’s next? Luxury Travel Advisor breaks it down in this special report.
The tools will help industry members educate the traveling public, policymakers and the media on the value advisors provide to consumers and the overall travel industry.
A message to luxury travel advisors: Do as much as you can to save the precious time of your clients and they’ll be eternally grateful. Read more here.