TPI Taking Travel To Customers Virtually

TPI has launched a new program to ensure that its travel advisors stay connected with their customers.

Following on the success of its consumer events in the fall, TPI introduced a series of weekly virtual consumer events themed “Keep the Dream of Travel Alive,” and which began running on Feb. 3 and continue to April 30.

TPI’s CEO, Zeina Gedeon said: “Continuing our efforts for our advisors to be well-positioned for the reopening of travel, we take this time as an opportunity to foster a stronger relationship with our clients, by engaging them in interactive virtual events and tour the world from the comfort of their homes.”

Gedeon continued: “In these turbulent times keeping a connection with clients is more important than ever and TPI has launched a program to make sure our advisors stay connected with their customers.”

She pointed out that: “Our members can now access a turnkey program that would allow them to have meaningful conversations with their valued clients around travel, without a heavy sales push attached.”

And Gedeon noted: “With a breadth of supplier partners joining, TPI clients can sign up for multiple sessions over the course of 10 weeks. Our Advisors and their Clients are embracing these sessions, having completed our second session last night, we are encouraged by the overwhelming support of advisors and over 430 client pre-registrations for just the first two events.”

Shirley Noel, TPI Advisor from Manitoba, said: “I believe these events will re-ignite my business. It has rekindled the love of travel for my clients, but more importantly it has given them the confidence to know that it will soon be safe to travel again. I had a client very excited to win a door prize at our last event, and he assured me he will be booking very soon for travel in 2022.”

Gedeon concluded: “We’re planting seeds for future travel, which is great news for us all. Our clients are eager to travel, and our Advisors have the tools they need to be poised for future success.”