A Workshop on How to Work with Travel Trade
This workshop is designed to provide tactics, processes and best business practices on how to develop and expand your distribution, and ultimately, your business in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France and China markets.
The presentations and hands-on activities will help you answer the questions:
• Am I ready for the international market?
• How can travel trade help build my business?
• How will travel trade change how I do business?
• Which travel trade partners should I work with?
• How do I gain new travel trade partners?
$30.00 + HST = $34.50
The workshop will be led by Eva Gutsche
Eva is the founder of STEM Consulting & Marketing Inc. and brings a wide range of experience and expertise to the organization. A solid background in management and sales allows for a practical hands-on approach to be applied to the various programs. Eva has been facilitating for many years working to improve effectiveness with leadership teams, sales departments and front-line customer experience.
Eva has an MBA from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, a diploma in Hospitality Administration and Services from Centennial College, Toronto and a program completion from Cornell University in Leadership and Revenue Management. Eva is fully accredited as a Licensed Practitioner with Insights (Discovery, Team Effectiveness and Sales Effectiveness) and with Lumina (Lumina Spark, Lumina Leader and Lumina Sales). Eva is also a Licensed EQAT trainer for Destination Canada.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Halifax-Bedford
980 Parkland Drive, Halifax
$119.00 + HST
This room rate is available for the nights of April 23 & 24 and includes breakfast.
Please contact the hotel directly to book and reference “Tourism Nova Scotia” group
Contact: 902-444-6700 email: email@example.com
Book by March 25, 2019
To register for the workshop, please contact:
The Atlantic Canada Travel Trade Readiness Program was developed in Atlantic Canada through partnership between the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and the four Atlantic Canada provinces. Tourism Nova Scotia thanks Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador for their administration of this workshop series.