Top Tips

July 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;7/28/2006, p13
Trade Publication
The article presents tips and guidelines for travel agencies regarding on the market of services and products to customers. The tips include asking several questions to customers to recommend specific products, share personal experiences encountered at certain destinations, provide leaflets or brochures which contain relevant information about their agency, and cleanliness of the environment should be maintained. The guidelines will help travel agents increase customers to book for destinations.


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