Cruise Adviser has partnered with Equator Learning, the online travel and leisure training provider, to give agents all the tools they need to sell cruise.
Since 2005, Equator Learning and its sister brand Travel Uni have provided innovative and engaging learning platforms for those selling travel.
As part of the partnership, Cruise Adviser will provide digital versions of its unique How to Sell guide, competitions and comment pieces to Travel Uni readers.
“We are delighted to partner with Cruise Adviser, the UK’s preeminent publisher of quality cruise news to the travel trade” said Chris May, managing director, Equator Learning and Travel Uni.
“Our unique brands combined will offer suppliers and travel agents the best in travel agent training opportunities, with a UK & Ireland reach of 60,000 users. We are looking forward to taking travel trade engagement to an all new level.”
Anthony Pearce, co-publisher of Cruise Adviser, said: “Since we published our first magazine in 2014, our aim has always been to educate and entertain front-line travel agents to help them sell more cruises.
“By partnering the Equator Learning and Travel Uni, the leading providers of agent training, Cruise Adviser is cementing its reputation as the most education-focused trade publication covering cruise. With these similar aims, our companies are a perfect match. We look forward to working closely with Chris and the team in the future.”
Equator Learning provides multilingual, interactive online training and engagement portals for travel industry professionals. It powers 150 sites around the world in more than 70 countries and 12 languages, reaching more than 240,000 users. Sister brand Travel Uni is the leading training agent portal in the UK & Ireland.
Cruise Adviser is the leading cruise publication for the travel trade. It is published 10 times a year — monthly, with double issues in December and July. Each magazine contains insightful comment, features, news and advice for those looking to sell cruise holidays. Uniquely aimed at front-line travel agents, two thirds of readers say the magazine has helped them make a sale.