A key asset for understanding the tourism industry!
The tourism industry is an exciting and fun industry that oftentimes many businesses fall into without even realizing. Once you decide that your business goals include targeting tourism clients you may soon find yourself in a whole new world of marketing. Alon Tourism Solutions has set out to be your connection to tourism success by helping de-mystify working with a key market segment to help your tourism business grow, the travel trade.
The first question that may come to mind is “The travel who?” The travel trade are third party resellers of travel who act as your partner to resell your tourism product globally. This is just your gateway jargon term into a world of B2B (that’s business-to-business) marketing that cannot only save you time to run your own business but help you to expand it!
Alon Tourism Solutions is aware of the challenges that new tourism businesses face, and to address this language divide, we have created a glossary of travel trade industry terms. The glossary is a comprehensive guide that provides explanations and definitions of various technical terms used in the tourism industry. Our aim is to simplify the learning process for you on your journey into the industry.
The glossary is not just for newbies to the industry, for professionals already in the tourism industry who may be unfamiliar with certain terms or looking to refresh their memory we highly recommend making sure that you are up to date. You can also use this guide as a resource to explain technical terms to your new clients or colleagues who are brand new to the industry. We know there are a lot of people out there so new to the industry they don’t even know where to start!
In conclusion, the glossary of travel trade industry terms by Alon Tourism Solutions is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to venture into the tourism industry or for professionals looking to refresh their knowledge. The guide aims to simplify and contextualize the multitude of jargon and acronyms used in the tourism industry and bridge the knowledge gap for newcomers.