On the elegant Via dei Pescioni in Florence (think New York City’s Fifth Avenue, or the Champs-Élysées in Paris) you’ll find some elegant clothing stores including Stefano Ricci, a magnet for stylish men from around the world.
When a stranger asks you what you do for a living and you explain that you are a travel agent or travel advisor, do you ever hear: “Really? They still exist?” Or: “Wow. I thought travel agents weren’t necessary anymore because of the Internet.”
Every January, hundreds of travel suppliers and agents convene at the massive Javits Conference Center in New York City to attend The New York Times Travel Show, the largest of its kind in North America.
What are your New Year’s Resolutions? Most of us plan to lose weight, exercise more, eat wisely… but here’s one we can all keep that’s great for us personally and for the bottom line. It’s upgrading your skills.
Lucky us: our industry is peppered with income-generating opportunities. Are you taking advantage of all of them? Let’s say you have clients who wish to travel to Paris for a week to celebrate a wedding anniversary. They think all they need is air plus hotel, but imagine all you can add to make it a […]
They are a legendary perk of our industry. In the ‘good old days’ there were limitless fams, or so it seemed, and they were free of charge. But times have changed and now a fam often represents not only a time commitment but also a financial investment.