TRAVELSAVERS Canada reports strong 2024 first half results

TRAVELSAVERS Canada is reporting an impressive start to 2024, with the consortium welcoming 17 new agencies, collectively generating CAD$40 million in sales in the first half of the year. This follows the incredible pace of growth set last year, with a 95% increase in sales.

Commenting on the results, Jane Clementino, Senior Vice President and General Manager of TRAVELSAVERS Canada, said: “Our new agency owners are seasoned and professional travel advisors. More than 30 of them were motivated to leverage their business acumen by launching their own ventures. Their trust in our brand and confidence in our support systems have been instrumental in their decision to join our network.”

Additionally, TRAVELSAVERS Canada has forged prestigious new supplier partnerships, including with leading hospitality companies Sandals, Club Med, The Palace Company, and Playa Hotels & Resorts. Another new partner, Just You, offers experiences for the growing market of solo travellers.

Members with benefits

Agencies joining TRAVELSAVERS Canada enjoy a suite of benefits tailored to enhance business success and growth. Each member receives personalized support from dedicated Business Analysts who provide ongoing guidance. The comprehensive offerings include marketing and branding programs, advanced technology tools, industry conferences, and a generous commission model, typically double the industry standard.

Laurraine Payne, Owner and Manager, Rainy Day Travel Services, said that: “My first six months with TRAVELSAVERS Canada have been incredibly rewarding. The high level of collaboration and coaching from my Business Analyst has been invaluable in growing my business, and the network of resources and expertise available to me is exceptional.”

TRAVELSAVERS Canada’s new affiliates have set a precedent with their commitment to industry innovation, luxury travel, and exemplary customer service.

To attract more like-minded agencies, TRAVELSAVERS Canada has introduced a referral program starting in the second half of 2024. Additionally, an internal  communications campaign will aim to draw more entrepreneurs to the consortium.

Break away initiative

In response to the influx of top-tier advisors, TRAVELSAVERS Canada recently launched the “Break Away” incentive program. This initiative seeks to appeal to talented advisors who have left larger agencies to establish their own businesses. Known for its selective approach to adding affiliates, TRAVELSAVERS Canada is committed to supporting these savvy entrepreneurs.

Clementino explained: “We are onto something significant. We aim to encourage more entrepreneurs to ‘break away’ and join us. Our referral program will reward advisors who bring their peers to us, fostering collective growth and helping us achieve our goal of becoming the leading consortium in Canada.”

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