Technology

Curious about Tripfuser? Here’s everything you need to know

Looking for a way to deliver a truly personalised experience based on local knowledge?

Meet your new best friend: Tripfuser.

Founded in 2017, Tripfuser is a trailblazing startup providing agents with the opportunity to engage with local suppliers to customise unique trips for their clients.

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The best part? It’s dead easy. Consider this handy platform your cheat sheet for providing truly individual trips with ease.

It’s free to use with no lock-in contracts, preferential net pricing and a single payment point for the whole trip. In fact, they’re so sure they can bring you the best price, that if you find the same private tailored trip for less, Tripfuser will match the price and credit your account with AU$50 (or equivalent).

Even better, agents receive 10 per cent commission and complete pricing control. Not only do you get to take credit for a truly personalised, experiential trip, but you also get to cash in too!

The experiences are hand picked by individually vetted, reviewed and trained local suppliers who work with you to help craft a fully customised itinerary for your clients.

Itineraries are white labelled with your agency’s branding and the text can be formatted to suit even the trickiest style guides. You can share them directly with your clients via social media, email, web link or receive an auto-generated, branded PDF to email out yourself.

Just in case you need another reason to love Tripfuser, each agent who signs up will go in the draw to win $5,000 Tripfuser Cash to put towards designing your very own private trip!

Already signed up? Don’t worry, you’ve already been automatically entered into the draw as a thank you from Tripfuser. More details about this great incentive right here

Curious? Have a browse through hundreds of fully customizable trips here or sign up here.

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