Topic: Luxury Travel Agents
Arnold Donald, named Carnival Corporation president and CEO five years ago, imparted to advisors 10 factors he's learned on the job.
Luxury Travel Advisor drew together some of the most powerful travel advisors on the East Coast for a roundtable discussion. Here is an edited version of the discussion.
Josh Alexander of Protravel has found joy selling luxury travel and, eight years into the industry, he's on pace to pull in more than $10 million in sales.
Although not specific to travel, here's why women setting up their own businesses is one of the last remaining pieces in the puzzle for female empowerment.
The Sales Expos will take place in Detroit, Dallas, Anaheim and Philadelphia, and will feature speakers Rich Kizer and Georgeanne Bender. Learn more here.
In addition to 74 percent of all Americans valuing experiences over possessions, 57 percent are also saving money to spend specifically on travel. Learn more here.
The new "see now, buy now" strategy means luxury travel retailers need to have a full, exciting supply of wares to entice customers to make their next purchase.
April Schmitt of Divine Destination Weddings & Honeymoons serves up unique romance travel opportunities in style and more. Check it out.
Airbnb Co-Founder Brian Chesky spoke about the new plans, which include an expansion on Luxury Retreats, a new, highest rental tier, more property types and a loyalty program.
The program, named Hyatt Privé, gives advisors access to personal connections, local recommendations and exclusive promotions at Hyatt’s luxury, lifestyle and resort hotels.