Technology

APT Travel Group launch new agent website

In line with their new brand direction, APT Travel Group (ATG) have launched a brand new agent website, ATG Connect.

See also: “The term luxury is used too loosely these days”: APT CEO on the brand’s new direction

The website will act as an all-encompassing trade portal, aimed at revolutionising the way agents connect with the tour wholesaler.

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Offering access to customisable and downloadable marketing material and event invitations, real-time sales tracking and access to online bookings, the new site is a one-stop shop for agent’s digital needs and is available to trade partners’ nationwide.

“We are thrilled to launch ATG Connect to our trade partners, offering all the assets needed to grow your market share and exceed those sales goals is now as simple as login in,” explained Susan Haberle, Head of Sales ATG.

“The new site is an additional resource for agents that compliments the business support our dedicated BDM’s provide.

“Giving agents the autonomy to access and download marketing materials, increase training and track sales is just the first phase of the site and we look forward to developing it further in phase two.”

Plus, if you create your new login by 28 February 2019, you’ll to go in the draw to win one of 10 x $500 vouchers!

Simply go here to get started or call Inside Sales on 1300 668 298 for further information.

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