Tour and activity business school
Join our open course and get instant access to a series of webinars and exclusive content to grow your tour or activity business.
As soon as you sign up, you'll have instant access to all videos and course materials.
This free course was created for tour and activity companies who want to nail their sales strategies and increase bookings.
During this course, you'll get access to webinars with an industry experts who discuss sales strategies and ways to optimise your sales operations to maximise bookings for tour and activity operators.
Here's what we cover in each webinar:
Webinar 1: How to double website bookings and revenue with "Tourism Tim" Warren from Travel Business Success
Webinar 2: How to keep customers coming back for more with Antony Lias from SANDEMANs NEW Europe
Webinar 3: How to work with OTAs so they work for you with Olan O'Sullivan CEO from TrekkSoft
Webinar 4: Rank better on TripAdvisor with Chris Torres from Tourism Marketing Agency
Webinar 5: Building long-term and profitable business relationships with travel partners with Jon Fauver from Outdoor Interlaken
In addition to these webinars, you'll also receive exclusive content from us to help you get your business in-shape and ready to take on the high season. Materials include an exclusive Q&A with Kelsey Tonner and Josh Oakes, sales strategy tool kits and more.
Is this really free? Yes, this open course is completely free. No catch.
Do I have to sign up for each webinar separately? No, just sign up once and you'll get access to all the sessions.
Is this a graded course? No, it is not. This open course allows you to work through the video and written materials at your own pace.
Will TrekkSoft users receive extra support to implement ideas discussed in the webinars? Of course! Login to the Community and follow this post. We'll share software tips as the course progresses.
TrekkSoft webinars feature expert speakers at the top of their game, bringing you the marketing, business and industry lessons that help tour and activity companies succeed.