As a holiday designer and business owner, your role will be really exciting and varied with no two days being the same. You and your customer will be fully protected as your online travel agency will be fully ABTA protected & ATOL bonded.
There are a range of activities you, with the support and guidance of the head office team, will be involved in. These will evolve as you and your business grow:
Our seven training sessions are one to one and tailored to your business.
You have the ability to book any type of holiday your customer desires, these could range from standard packages to tailor-made holidays, cruises, safaris and tours. This means you’re not limited in your business. Or you may choose to specialise in a certain type of holiday or a certain destination. Your business can be whatever you want it to be and we provide all the necessary training.
Below are the types of skills and behaviours, we are looking for in a successful franchisee.
Nothing more than a laptop, smartphone, broadband and phone line!
We don’t have a recruitment team. We’re all travel experts and a passionate about bringing on driven, interesting partners with a passion for travel.
Whether you’re just getting started in your search for a perfect franchise for you, or you or you’ve been searching for years, give us a call 0121 200 5561, email opportunities@ holidayfranchisecompany.co.uk or
9:00am: Drop the kids off at school.
9:15am: Make a cup of tea to set me up for the morning.
9:30am: Host a sharing session with the Jones family looking to book to Dubai. Took them through two hotels which I think will be perfect for them. They are now ready to book!
10:00am: Update my social media pages to share a customer review of the Viva Zafiro hotel in Majorca and a lovely testimonial of my service.
10:30am: Log on to the system, check and respond to my emails. Checked the message board for any key information I need to know.
11:00am: Ring Verdura Resort in Sicily to request the best room available and a bottle of champagne & card for the Adams who are going to get married. I want to ensure everything is perfect on their arrival.
11:30am: Call Karen who has just returned from the Maldives, I want to ensure the holiday was everything she wanted, and I have seen an amazing deal for a safari which we have talked about previously.
12:00pm: Have lunch.
1:00pm: Call Mr McFarlane who is due to travel to Tenerife. We discussed booking excursions nearer his departure date, I have found a range of options that would suit him and his family.
1:30pm: Check through the invoices and tickets that have arrived today ensuring all are correct.
2:15pm: Write a selection of cards for upcoming customers’ birthdays & wedding anniversaries.
3:30pm: Time for the school run, whilst I’m there I have a meeting with the Head Master reference sourcing flights for a school trip
5:00pm: Make tea for the family.
6:00pm: Re-check emails for responses to quotes I have sent.
6:10pm: Text my friend to say I have received her brief and will start work tomorrow.