Local travel professional Karan Morrow launches Itinza’s “Interview with a Travel Advisor” blog series
“The job of a travel advisor is important, especially during the pandemic. Travelers can benefit from the help of travel advisors more than ever, with constant changes in global restrictions and travel requirements. Itinza has had the amazing opportunity to speak with Karan Morrow, CEO of Where2Next?Travel, LLC, about his advice on how to be successful as a travel advisor and how clients can benefit…When they are It’s all about planning and connecting with customers to ensure their trip is the best it can be, Karan excels,” says Abby Tyndall of Itinza.
Morrow has worked as a professional travel consultant for fourteen (14) years, specializing in luxury private and personalized one-to-one travel, couples romance and small group travel. Morrow is a member of the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA), the Destination Wedding & Honeymoon Specialists Association (DWHSA), the Association of Black Travel Professionals (ABTP), and is accredited by the International Airlines Travel Agent Network ( IATAN). Morrow holds certifications as a Blue Star Certified Scootaround Advisor and Special Needs Group Accessible Travel Advocate™. Morrow’s clients have had travel experiences from the vineyards of California, the plains and deserts of the African continent, to the Winter Palace of St. Petersburg and many places in between.
“Being able to speak to a global audience about how the travel industry is changing and moving away from my frame of reference as a seasoned travel professional has been a wonderful privilege,” said Morrow. “My overall goal was to show the value of the travel advisor’s role in travel planning and let travelers know that their best investment of time when planning their trip, whether now or in the future, is to hire a professional travel advisor.We have the knowledge, expertise and advocacy in place to help travelers, and we save their valuable time and travel expenses.
To book a luxury travel experience, contact Morrow at [email protected]
When founder Anastassia and her husband began planning their first trips, they started as these projects often do: with a daunting list of open tabs with web pages, a pile of travel guides, and recommendations from their friends. . But after spending days researching, collecting information, organizing spreadsheets and reporting emails with reservations, they felt frustrated and overwhelmed by the amount of information presented to them. It was difficult to know who to trust online and what advice to use. There had to be a better way.
So, on a flight from Vancouver to Toronto, an idea was formed, build a place where his friends and family could plan and organize trips, keep those plans for his family and friends, easily access details of the plan while traveling, a place to share those journeys, a place to connect with like-minded travelers.
Itinza’s entire origin story can be found at https://itinza.com/about.
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