Travel Alerts and Warnings to Change - Learn How

USTOA

The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs is making it easier for US citizens to access clear, timely, and reliable safety and security information about every country in the world. Join us to hear a Consular Affairs representative describe the new products that will replace Travel Warnings, Travel Alerts, and Security/Emergency Messages and how using them can help your clients stay safe abroad.
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Spotlight

When traveling, your vulnerability can make you easy prey for individuals with dubious intentions. Enjoy your stay, but follow some basic safety rules: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!

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Understanding the traveler of now

PhocusWire

Historically, air shopping has always been about providing the lowest fare in any given market. However, traveler demands are changing.While competing on price is still important, today’s travelers now expect choice as well as value they want to personalize their flight with the options that are important to them.That’s why it’s important for airlines to merchandise ancillaries and branded fares across all channels, making it easy for travelers and their travel agents to access the options they desire most.
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The Role of Social Media Content Across the Travel Buyer Journey

PhocusWire

Your visitors love sharing their experiences on social media. And lucky for you, the visuals they share are the most powerful marketing tools at your disposal. They’re more abundant, authentic, and trusted by future visitors, and can influence travelers throughout their planning and purchasing process.
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Let's Talk About 18-29's Tours

United States Tour Operators Association

Join Central & Western USA's PGM, Carolyn Okon, to talk about Intrepid Groups new and top trips for 18-29's, including Urban Adventures and Short Breaks!
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Step up your savings and traveler satisfaction

Egencia

The question, Did you enjoy your trip? may not be top of mind for senior finance and procurement managers, but it should. Traveler satisfaction is often overlooked in a travel program when it comes to savings, even though it plays a striking, if indirect, role in business outcomes.With the pressure of creating savings within travel, procurement leaders often default to tightening policies which lead to unhappy travelers.
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