How to reach front line travel trade sales teams most effectively
Roadshow - 3 votes (43%)
Workshop - 2 votes (29%)
Online training - 1 votes (14%)
Webinar - 1 votes (14%)
Are these most beneficial hosted by
Single destination with private sector partners e.g. hotels and DMCs - 2 votes (29%)
Region with several destinations e.g. PATA or CTO - 2 votes (29%)
ANTOR offering a section of destinations from all over the world - 2 votes (29%)
Hotel group of airline with their international hotels &/or tourist board partners - 1 votes (14%)
Which is your preference
Online training - 1 votes (25%)
Webinars - 1 votes (25%)
In-house training - 1 votes (25%)
On-site training e.g. fam trip with workshop - 1 votes (25%)
Non of the above - 3 votes (43%)
Tourist board - 2 votes (29%)
Travel agent - 1 votes (14%)
Tour operator - 1 votes (14%)
This poll has so far received 7 votes
Should the UK leave Europe?
No - 5 votes (50%)
Yes - 3 votes (30%)
Don't Know - 2 votes (20%)
If they do will this affect your future holidays?
Yes - 4 votes (40%)
No - 3 votes (30%)
Don't Know - 3 votes (30%)
Consumer - 4 votes (57%)
Travel Trade Member - 2 votes (29%)
Media - 1 votes (14%)
British - 4 votes (67%)
Non-British - 2 votes (33%)
This poll has so far received 6 votes
1 - Should the UK leave Europe? 2 - If they do will this affect your future holidays? 3 - Are you: - Travel Trade Member - Consumer - Media - British - Non-British
As a travel/reservation agent, what is your preferred method of training?
In house - 15 votes (28%)
FAM trip - 14 votes (26%)
Roadshow - 14 votes (26%)
Online - 10 votes (19%)
Webinar - 1 votes (2%)
This poll has so far received 54 votes
"In ANTOR's most recent 'Industry Insight' published by Travel Bulletin in May 2015, ANTOR Chairman and Gibraltar Tourist Board, Tracey Poggio commented “agents are a key part of delivering brand credentials to the public, who have an ever growing choice of products and destinations to choose from”.
ANTOR conducted a members survey on the methods and merits of training programmes and it’s overall findings suggest that a combination of approaches prove most successful.
ANTOR would now like to hear from the trade..."
Do you find visiting trade and/or consumer shows beneficial?
Trade - 12 votes (48%)
Both - 12 votes (48%)
Consumer - 1 votes (4%)
Neither - 0 votes (0%)
Do you find exhibiting at trade and/or consumer shows beneficial?
Trade - 11 votes (48%)
Both - 6 votes (26%)
Neither - 5 votes (22%)
Consumer - 1 votes (4%)
Are you a member of the Travel Trade or a consumer?
Travel Trade - 20 votes (91%)
Consumer - 2 votes (9%)
This poll has so far received 22 votes
How long do you think WTM should be in the future?
3 days - 163 votes (49%)
4 days - 152 votes (46%)
less than 3 days - 19 votes (6%)
Are you a member of the travel industry
Yes - 325 votes (99%)
No - 4 votes (1%)
This poll has so far received 329 votes
World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, is the must-attend four-day business-to-business exhibition for the worldwide travel and tourism industry. More than 50,000 senior travel industry professionals, government ministers and international press, embark on ExCeL - London every November to network, negotiate and discover the latest industry opinion and trends at WTM. WTM, now in its 35th year, generates more than £2.2 billion of travel industry contracts. - See more at: http://www.wtmlondon.com/#sthash.4KNKksrx.dpuf
Are the 2012 Olympics affecting your travel and/or holiday plans?
No - 36 votes (59%)
Yes - 25 votes (41%)
This poll has so far received 61 votes
Do You Know How Air Passenger Duty (APD) Affects Your Business?
No - 76 votes (62%)
Yes - 47 votes (38%)
This poll has so far received 123 votes
ANTOR's view on Air Passenger Duty
"Under the guise of environmental protection, Air Passenger Duty has multiplied in record time, 140% since 2007. There still remains no evidence to support its benefit as a green tax. We note that the Coalition Government has stated that it now regards APD as a revenue raising tax alone. We welcome plans by the Treasury to reform the tax and call for it to be structured in a fairer way that means fying can be affordable for Britons travelling abroad and for visitors to visit the UK for business or pleasure.
We believe that APD is already impeding travel to destinations of choice. We are concerned that Governments over the past twenty years have used APD as a revenue raising tool as the public remain largely unaware of how much tax they are paying. We are concerned that there has been no independent study by Government into the effects of APD on international travel and the effects it is having on the effects of destination economies overseas.
We believe Air Passenger Duty in its current form is unfair to individuals and to business. The impact of the proposed double inflation increases in 2012, will seriously weaken the UK public’s choice to travel abroad and for international communities established in the United Kingdom, from travelling to and from Britain, for both business and social needs. We believe the UK economy will be a net loser from these tax hikes but that the impacts will also be felt by the international destinations that the UK has close links with that we represent.
We are concerned that higher and higher APD rates combined with economic difficulties presented by the global economic downturn will create serious consequences not only for the UK economy but also for those economies who are heavily dependent on UK tourism.
We believe that APD is unfair because it hits the income that developing countries can receive from developing quality tourism propositions. We believe the tax is onerous because it is disproportionately large, compared to similar charges of countries within the European Union.
The Association of National Tourist Offices and Representatives (ANTOR) with global representation in the United Kingdom, and a total annual revenue contribution to the United Kingdom taxpayer approaching £100 million, is part of the Fair Tax For Flying Campaign and calls for the Chancellor, in reforming APD, to make the tax fairer. "
Tracey Poggio, Chairman , A.N.T.O.R.
How do you book your holiday?
Do you book in the internet - 112 votes (50%)
Do you book direct with suppliers - 45 votes (20%)
Do you book through High Street Travel Agents - 40 votes (18%)
Do you book through Tour Operators - 27 votes (12%)
This poll has so far received 224 votes
Has the Volcanic ash cloud incident changed your view on where to travel for your next holiday?
No - 70 votes (69%)
Yes - 31 votes (31%)
This poll has so far received 101 votes