You’ve taken the first steps in opening your
home-based travel business.
Agents Practice "CANI"
By Gary M. Fee, OSSN President
You've taken the first steps in opening your home-based travel business. You now have business cards, a bank account, a host agency (or your own TRUE number and reservations set-ups) . . .
Now, what happens?
If you plan to survive for the long term, you must begin a career-long habit of continuing education -- reading travel books, attending supplier briefings and events, taking part in national and regional conferences, completing online courses, earning professional certifications, supporting your local OSSN chapter, and any other means of sharpening your travel selling and service skills.
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