Wherever we are on our travels, it’s important to keep our environmental impact to a minimum, and be respectful of local communities, in order to preserve our planet's amazing places. Here are a few tips and reminders to ensure we do just that.
As a company, we are focused on utilising technology to enhance personal relationships, not replace them. Here we explore just one example of how we do this.
Backed by a well-resourced global headquarters based in the UK as well as an Australian head office in Melbourne, Travel Counsellors is able to offer more comprehensive support, resources and opportunities for home-based travel agents.
Travel Counsellors has been named in the London Stock Exchange ‘1000 Companies to Inspire’, a list of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Europe.
No longer is work defined by the daily commute into the office before retreating into a room for eight hours, only emerging for a coffee break and lunch. Instead, we’re seeing a shift in mindset, one that embraces remote working and flexible hours.
Today, every Facebook news feed is full of videos, and that’s not without good reason. A post containing a video receives, on average, 135% more reach than a post with photos.
The ‘myTC’ app is just one of the digital tools our Travel Counsellors have at their disposal. Since its launch, the app has seen a 20% increase in the conversion rate of quotes to bookings, when compared to other digital marketing tools.
As a Travel Counsellor, you’ll be a self-employed business owner, running your own travel business from home. That kind of working lifestyle is very different to the office, shop or other salaried employment you might be used to.
While the personal touch remains critical to our business practice, we do recognise the enormous potential that technology has when it comes to supporting these personal relationships.