Travel Agents

Attn: Agents! It’s the last chance to tell us about your 2017!

It’s almost the end of another year, and to celebrate, Travel Weekly wanted to collect and share the thoughts of the most important people of all – YOU!

That’s right, we’re running a survey for travel agents – every single one of you – to voice your opinions on what you love in 2017, what’s hot for 2018, what you hated about this year, and which super power you wish you had.

And it’s all anonymous!

So tell us what you really think about the industry, about your favourite cruise lines or hotels, what you’re excited about in 2018 and what is important to you as a travel agent.

We’ll collect all your responses and share them right back with you on our website, anonymously of course, so you can see how your thoughts and opinions compare to others in your field.

We want as many agents as possible to answer our survey, so spread this link far and wide! You’ve got the next few weeks to get involved, and we can’t wait to see what you have to say, and how you’re feeling now 2017 is almost over.

Check out the survey below or CLICK HERE to answer it you’re unable to view the embedded version.

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