We caught up with Travel Counsellor, Katie Dale, to find out what she made of the whirlwind first year of running her own travel business, and attaining ‘Gold’, which is the name we give to our top-performing franchisees.
Hayley O’Shea joined us in 2017 after the independent agency she worked for was taken over, and things changed. We spoke to Hayley, to find out how she took back control and set up her own business.
If you are interested in becoming a Travel Counsellor, we invite you to join us on Saturday 16th November in Manchester, at our Conference Discovery Day. Find out why you should attend.
After joining us, Michelle challenged herself to change the way she worked; from selling third party suppliers to packaging together her own holidays and acting as the tour operator. Her life has changed unrecognisably since.
In addition to our strong community, Travel Counsellors are empowered to work in teams, employ staff, share offices and more so they keep the sense of team spirit they are used to and can maximise their productivity.
20% of Travel Counsellors have worked for Thomas Cook at some point in their career. We spoke to one of them, Rebecca Whitmore, to find out her advice for those affected.
Antony Guy is our most successful Travel Counsellor. But like so many, Antony still had to find the confidence to leave the security of a salary.
If you’ve ever wondered if you’ve got what it takes to strike out on your own as a Travel Counsellor, wonder no more! Here are the six key signs to look out for...
If you’ve got an insatiable passion for travel, care about putting the customer at the centre of everything you do, and want more control over your working life; setting up your own business as a Travel Counsellor could be perfect for you.