6 Reasons why Blogging should be an integral part of every Travel Agency’s Marketing Plan

Travelling has always been a means of growth, both personal and professional. Whether it’s business trips or leisure holiday trips, going on a vacation never had a bigger objective than rejuvenating your soul. Which is why, it is always wise to allow an expert travel consultant to assist you in developing your travel plans and … More 6 Reasons why Blogging should be an integral part of every Travel Agency’s Marketing Plan

How Travel Agents can Woo Millennial Travelers – The Segment that is Reshaping the Industry

Introduction Millennials are often misconstrued. Though a frequently used word, not everyone in the travel industry is aware of what the word specifically describes and what makes them a different segment altogether. Unfortunately, like them or hate them, you cannot ignore the fact that rise of millennial travellers is definitely not a fad. The penchant … More How Travel Agents can Woo Millennial Travelers – The Segment that is Reshaping the Industry

How Travel Brands can use Snapchat for Marketing and Customer Engagement

A gazillion people using social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. every day proves that social media is not a fad. With the whole world using it, why should the travel industry miss out, as it’s impossible to not be impacted by the social media phenomenon. Direct mail, trade shows, website updates, Facebook and … More How Travel Brands can use Snapchat for Marketing and Customer Engagement

A Travel Agent’s Guide to IATA Certification and becoming an IATA Agency

What is IATA? Founded in Havana, Cuba in April 1945, IATA(International Air Transport Association) is the leading body of the aviation industry. IATA now represents 265 member airlines and over 80,000 travel agents in over 120 countries. The international scheduled air transport industry has grown manifold since inception. Keeping up with the dynamic growth standards … More A Travel Agent’s Guide to IATA Certification and becoming an IATA Agency