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InteleTravel UK follows in the footsteps of its parent company, InteleTravel.com, which was established more than 30 years ago in the US as the original host agency. The company now has more than 50,000 homeworkers in the US, Caribbean and Mexico. Here in the UK, there are now 10,500 homeworking agents.

The low-entry business model continues to attract new talent into the travel industry, providing opportunities to own a business, sell holidays and earn commission from sales without any financial burden. The business model is ideal for building a full-time travel career from scratch or supplementing existing income while you grow your business. The level of commitment and effort will reflect in the rewards you earn.



How it works

All new agents are required to pass regulatory training, and thereafter are granted access to an extensive back-office inventory, which comprises hotels, flights and activities in addition to a specific UK preferred partner programme.

Training at InteleTravel UK is ongoing, with full-day events, both live and virtual, training modules, webinars, partner networking, agent familiarisation trips, and a UK conference as well as mentoring sessions delivered by our fully trained UK ambassadors. We have a full operational team for help and support, in addition to a UK team that is based in London.

Our back-office system provides a full suite of marketing tools to support your business, including personalised websites, social media collateral, personalised newsletters, a CRM tool and top tips on marketing and selling to your customers.

The tools are all easy to use and adaptable for different customer markets. To join, the cost is a one-off set-up fee of £142, plus £32 a month. Agents earn 70% of the commission (less non-commissionable elements), increasing to 80% once you reach an income threshold. InteleTravel is also a member of Abta with an Atol approval expected soon.

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