Independent agents who work hand-in-hand with host agencies might spend their days planning itineraries, booking flights and picking out the best accommodation for their clients, but they shouldn't forget about the addition of travel insurance. Providers like Allianz Global Assistance offers medical services that travelers need, and the company has thousands of employees around the world as well as screened medical providers in more than 200 countries. Travel insurance can provide for important services like prescription medication refills when overseas, evacuation after an injury, physician recommendations when you don't speak the language or the guarantee of a cashless medical service.
Have you been asking yourself, “will my business survive this pandemic?”
It’s no surprise that many travel advisors and suppliers are scrambling to make the best decisions to come out the other side of the COVID 19 pandemic. Cutting costs, furloughs, refunds, rebooks, crisis communication, and compliance with the CDC have been good first steps, but is it enough? Do these moves guarantee success? NOPE!
While we wait for the world to figure out the right combination for our industry, you still have a business to consider and waiting on the collective “sigh of relief” before making bold moves will be too late. There are lessons to be learned, clues left behind from the past when other industries were faced with similar brick walls. These “indicators” provide a quick snapshot of the future of your business
VP of Sales and Marketing of Travel Planners International, Jenn Lee shares in this truth bomb webinar, the five key indicators you should be on the lookout for next, and what pivots to make right now.
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