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Travel Advisor Innovation Report

Business Travel

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Bleisure Trend a Mixed Blessing for Agents

As more business travelers view their trips as working vacations, travel advisors must draw on both corporate and leisure travel-planning skills. It's no simple challenge, but it's necessary given the strength of the bleisure travel trend.

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Bleisure Trend a Mixed Blessing for Agents

Business Travel

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: South African Agents Build Trips for the Untraveled

Whether it's an appeal to young black South Africans or seniors who fear paying a single supplement, travel advisors who know the particular needs of their own peer groups can have a built-in advantage.

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: South African Agents Build Trips for the Untraveled

Business Travel

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Leading Life-Changing Tours for Women of Color

The owner of Rogue Experiences is a good example of the way that travel advisors, for whom travel is often a second career, can draw on past experiences to reinvent themselves in a fulfilling way.

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Leading Life-Changing Tours for Women of Color

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Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Virgin and Ritz Cruise Lines Have Brand Loyalty Hopes

Will Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection and Virgin Voyages, two high-end and newbie cruise lines, be able to attract passengers who have never chosen a cruise vacation? The two brands are counting on it.

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Virgin and Ritz Cruise Lines Have Brand Loyalty Hopes

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Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Sell Services, Not Fees

Travel advisors need to reinvent how they market themselves. It's not about service fees anymore. Forward-thinking agents sell service packages — unabashedly.

Travel Advisor Innovation Report: Sell Services, Not Fees

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Travel Advisor Innovation Report Issue One: When a Job Feels Like Rock and Roll

The survivors of skirmishes past, from commission cuts to the perceived threats of the internet, have reinvented their businesses and thrive in a new landscape where personal touch still matters.

Travel Advisor Innovation Report Issue One: When a Job Feels Like Rock and Roll