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Suppliers share thoughts about ZIP program from The Travel Agent Next Door

The new deferred payment, zero interest program (ZIP) is now available through The Travel Agent Next Door so we asked suppliers what they think.
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Louise Gardiner is the new VP of The Agency Solution

The Travel Agent Next Door has announced that industry veteran Louise Gardiner will be heading up its new division, The Agency Solution.
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The story behind Z.I.P. – A better way to finance travel

‘Fly now, pay later’ plans have hit the industry big time in the past few months. We spoke to Brad Miron, Founder and CEO, Travel Lab, about this latest trend.
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What agents love and hate about the job

In a recent national survey of almost 700 travel agents, it is very clear why they love and – sometimes hate – being travel agents. Agents were asked what they most liked – and disliked – and to give the top three reasons for each.
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“Home-based agents will continue to grow”: The Travel Agent Next Door on growth, success and sustainability

In this week’s Take Five, we ask Friisdahl about the company’s latest restructuring, why agents should join, and how the home-based segment will evolve in the coming years.
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The Travel Agent Next Door restructures into regions to benefit agents and suppliers

The Travel Agent Next Door is making major moves – into regions, no less.
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The Travel Agent Next Door takes home Celebrity’s Rising Star award

The Travel Agent Next Door has won the Celebrity Rising Star Award for 2018 in Canada.
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Why don’t most host agencies use GDS for air bookings?

Most host agencies do not use Global Distribution Systems (GDS) for booking air. They may use the accounting side but they are not using the GDS for booking air, at least not like they would have done 20 years ago.
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What are home-based agents selling?

The landscape has certainly changed in the Canadian travel industry with the phenomenal growth of the home-based, independent travel professional supported by host agencies. But what is really interesting is to look at what those agents are selling today, as compared with a decade ago.
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“We’re still growing”: TL Network hits the road for fall regionals
“We’re still growing”: TL Network hits the road for fall regionals
The trade show floor at TL Network Canada’s Fall Regionals in the Toronto West area was “bursting at the seams”...
Kempinski Group wants to have 100+ hotels by 2021
Kempinski Group wants to have 100+ hotels by 2021
The Kempinski Group says it expects to have 100+ luxury hotels in operation around the globe by 2021, part of the...
Meet Global Agents’ new Sales Director – Jason du Sautoy
Meet Global Agents’ new Sales Director – Jason Du Sautoy
Global Agents, the umbrella company that operates as WheelsUpNetwork.com in Canada and the U.S., has appointed travel...
Four Seasons to open its first-ever all-inclusive wellness hotel in Hawaii
Four Seasons to open its first-ever all-inclusive wellness hotel in Hawaii
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has teamed up with well-being company Sensei to develop a new all-inclusive hotel on...
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