Topic: Travel Advisor Commissions
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.
OASIS Travel Network’s new, top-level program is only open to agencies and advisors with a minimum of $1.5 million annual cruise and land sales. Here's more.
Journese debuted its new Cancel for Any Reason trip protection plan coverage, which includes a 100 percent commission protection for advisors. Here's more.
Specials range from guaranteed upgrades to complimentary chef services, with travel advisor commissions upwards of 16 percent on all new bookings.
Join us to learn how you can earn 15% commission by becoming a certified Couples Ambassador.
Effective January 1, 2019, commissions for group and travel partners will be drop from 10 to 7 percent at all IHG properties in the U.S. and Canada. Here's more.
Arnold Donald, named Carnival Corporation president and CEO five years ago, imparted to advisors 10 factors he's learned on the job.
In the wake of group commission cuts by Marriott and Hilton, Dream Hotel Group has raised commissions on group bookings through December 31. Learn more here.
The program, named Hyatt Privé, gives advisors access to personal connections, local recommendations and exclusive promotions at Hyatt’s luxury, lifestyle and resort hotels.
Marriott International will cut group commissions from 10 to 7 percent as of March 31. We want to know how you think the change will affect your business.