Cruise Hol­i­days surges to 60

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THE home-based cruise spe­cial­ist net­work trad­ing un­der the Cruise Hol­i­days brand has re­ported a strong 2015, with dou­ble-digit sales growth and more than 60 mem­bers across the coun­try.

Les Far­rar, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of par­ent com­pany Your Travel & Cruise Pty Ltd, has also an­nounced a new part­ner­ship with Travel Train­ing Aus­tralia which of­fers agents ac­cess to ex­clu­sive train­ing mod­ules.

The train­ing pro­gram in­cludes con­tent on how to build agent busi­nesses plus other ser­vices such as an air­fares help desk and an Agent Con­nect pro­gram which al­lows con­sul­tants to col­lab­o­rate and share in­for­ma­tion.

“By part­ner­ing with a ded­i­cated train­ing com­pany we bring a level of ex­per­tise and pro­fes­sion­al­ism into our de­vel­op­ment pro­gram to make it the best of its kind within the home based sec­tor,” he said.

“Whilst re­cruit­ing new agents is im­por­tant, the nur­tur­ing of our ex­ist­ing agents is just as cru­cial, and sup­ports our phi­los­o­phy of be­ing a ‘host agency’ work­ing be­hind the scenes to help our in­di­vid­ual agents’ busi­nesses”. Cruise Hol­i­days launched in Aus­tralia al­most four years ago ( CW 01 Mar 2012), with Queens­land-based CruiseMart be­com­ing Aus­tralia’s first mas­ter fran­chisor of the US-based brand.

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