TrawellTag Cover-More conducts ‘Travel Agents Engagement Programme’ in Bengaluru

TrawellTag Cover-More conducts ‘Travel Agents Engagement Programme’ in Bengaluru

A successful upsell skill development programme directed for the travel agencies and agents from Bengaluru.

TrawellTag Cover-More, the market leaders in travel ancillary services like global, medical and concierge assistance, luggage tracking and travel insurance conducted its Travel Agents Engagement Programme (TAEP) in Bengaluru on Thursday, July 30, 2015. The programme was conducted exclusively for travel agents in Bengaluru and the daylong conference was spread over two sessions, morning and evening respectively. Held at ITC My Fortune and Taj Vivanta, this TAEP aimed at enhancing the product knowledge, upsell skills and updating the fellow agents about the recent market trends. This successful programme has already been held at several major cities in India like Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Indore, Vizag, Pune, Hyderabad and now in Bengaluru.

 The Travel Agent’s Engagement Programme is a highly successful internationally acclaimed programme. It is to be a productive step towards achieving higher quality of travel ancillary sales and also help increasing penetration and improving cross selling skills among travel agents.

 Speaking on the occasion, Dev Karvat, Managing Director, TrawellTag Cover-More, said, “We are glad to see enthusiastic participation of the travel agents of our fraternity, who are self-motivated and constantly aspiring to better their overall skills and understand and follow the market inclinations. Not only are travel agencies finding the need for enhancement programme, but trade associations like ETAA are also approaching us for conducting engaging seminars for associate travel agents. Through this developmental programme, Trawell- Tag Cover-More creates a platform to educate the travel agents on beneficial skills for business growth and such initiatives should be promoted to achieve better and higher quality of travel ancillary sales. As a result of this programme we have seen the awareness levels change in the cities where this has been conducted and so we are optimistic that there is positive scope for such initiatives across India. We are confident that this training session in Bengaluru has been another step forward in our TAEP journey and will boost the travel industry as a whole.”

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