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WEBINAR: These six trends will help you pivot and keep growing your business

Sponsored by Club Med

While many of us have used this year as a great opportunity to binge watch almost everything on Netflix, loads of savvy agents are using the travel pause as an opportunity to upskill and pivot their businesses.

This new webinar from Club Med promises to give you the tools to not only pivot but also grow and KEEP growing, fast.

With that kind of e-learning at your disposal, we’re sure you can have the best of both worlds and reward your webinar-watching by binging a few cheeky episodes of Emily in Paris.

Following the huge success of the first round of ‘Club Med on the Couch’ webinars, the holiday company is kicking off its second round of educationals that explore how agents can pivot their traditional travel business to keep growing – fast.

The Club Med team will be delivering snappy sessions covering the six business trends you need to know so you can get your business back on track and be ready for when travel resumes.

Best of all, agents who attend the entire webinar will have the opportunity to win a Club Med holiday for two!

The webinar will run a few sessions over one week and will be hosted by Club Med’s sales managers, so you’re sure to find a time that suits you.

Over each 30-minutes session, you’ll learn the six business trends we keep banging on about along with non-traditional market opportunities that could help secure more long-term business.

You’ll also learn new ways of bringing in income to help safeguard your business, plus all the client segments that should be on your ‘hit list’.

Agents can select the sessions that work best for them across these dates:

Monday 23 November

10-10:30am

2-2:30pm

Wednesday 25 November

10-10:30am

2-2:30pm

Friday 27 November

10-10:30am

2-2:30pm

Sessions are limited to 100 people per event, so get in quick!

Find the session that suits you and register HERE.


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