Tuesday July 7, 2020
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ACTA wants to shed light on its Virtuoso partnership
ACTA has issued a new statement in the wake of its new consortium partnership with Virtuoso.
A message from ACTA President Wendy Paradis, but questions remain
ACTA has issued a statement to clarify its new partnership with luxury retail network Virtuoso.
Virtuoso’s 185 Canadian agency locations now part of ACTA
Global luxury travel network Virtuoso has joined ACTA.
Luxury retail network Virtuoso’s sharpening its focus on the Canadian market
Virtuoso’s Canadian footprint has expanded to more than 2,200 advisors, up 18% since 2017, with year-over-year sales growth pegged at 26% for a total of US$2.1 billion.
Virtuoso member TPI emphasizes luxury sales with latest round of regionals
More than 250 TPI travel advisors and preferred partners shared ideas on how to increase luxury sales at close to a dozen regional meetings across Canada.
Virtuoso’s Wanderlist uses custom travel portfolios for next-level planning
Matthew D. Upchurch, Chairman and CEO of Virtuoso, says the new Wanderlist tool offers curated custom travel portfolios and much more: “If a bucket list is what people want to do before they die, a Wanderlist focuses them on how they want to live.”
Virtuoso now has 1,000+ locations, 20,000 advisors and US$26 billion in annual sales
Virtuoso has hit a new record when it comes to network advisors, reaching 20,000 in 2018, a 14% increase.
Virtuoso advisor sales up 12% to US$23.7 billion+ annually
Virtuoso is developing a new tool called Virtuoso Orchestrator to help advisors and clients create a long-term bucket list of journeys together.
Hard to resist Canada but Mexico and Italy are coming on strong: Virtuoso
Where are Canada’s high-end travellers heading this fall and holiday season?
Virtuoso appoints Tim Morgan to oversee agency relationships in Canada
Travel industry veteran Tim Morgan has joined the Virtuoso team after making the jump from Travel Professionals International (TPI).
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