From exclusive news to advice from agents and industry experts, here’s what’s in this week’s TTG.
Headlines in today’s edition include ‘Insurance: Covid cancellation a missing element’; ’Why didn’t the DfT extend refunds deadline?, MPs ask’; ‘Hays sees green shoots as appetite for travel grows’; and ‘Hoseasons parent hopes to sell out of UK product’.
You can catch up with the key takeaways from last week’s Agent Matters with Joanne Dooey, Tina Nason and Louise Porter: ‘Customers desperate to book holidays’.
We’ve also reintroduced out product pages, with headlines such as ‘Scenic rethinks agent tools and adds webinars’.
You can read Claire Moore from Peakes Travel Elite’s weekly update from One Week at a Time, too. This week was particularly hard as she opened up about redundancy decisions: ‘It’s difficult to shake off the devastation’.
Features include a piece on reopening safely as retail agents start to open their doors today and a focus on Cornwall as UK holidays see increasing demand.
The issue concludes with One Last Thing. This week we hear from BAME Women in Travel’s Jamie-Lee Abtar: ‘Travel needs to open its eyes to racial issues’.
You can also read Sophie Griffiths’ editor’s letter on why conversations around racial diversity are long overdue.
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