Not Just Travel said its consultants made a “phenomenal” amount of sales thanks to an exclusive “mentorship” retreat in Mauritius with Beachcomber Tours.
Thirty-two Not Just Travel homeworkers were on the Elite Experience trip to Mauritius, from May 13-20.
Beachcomber Tours features eight luxury hotels on the Indian Ocean island and the agents stayed at four: Paradis Golf Resort & Spa, Trou aux Biches, Canonnier and Shandrani. They also visited and dined at four other resorts featured by Beachcomber: Dinarobin, Mauricia, Royal Palm and Victoria.
Steve Witt, co-founder of Not Just Travel, said: “Our Elite Experience is unlike anything out there. We provide a money-can’t-buy experience that not only immerses our members in the culture and local community of Mauritius, showing them how safe and easy it is to get around the island, but we also provide entrepreneurial training for them to take their businesses to a whole new level.
“Consultants implement what we teach them and then go on to earn tens of thousands of pounds in income each and every month.”
Paul Harrison, co-founder, added: “Our members have secured a phenomenal amount of sales for Beachcomber Tours, both while they were on the trip and on their return. This event with Beachcomber Tours has been a game-changer for our relationship.”
Sarah Archer, UK sales manager of Beachcomber Tours, commented: “It’s always great when consultants come back from an educational enthused about Mauritius and Beachcomber, but this year’s Elite Experience have gone above and beyond, channelling that enthusiasm into actual bookings within days of being home.
“We even had bookings confirmed while the agents were still in Mauritius. It’s really heart-warming to see all the effort the delegates are making to pay us back for the trip.”
Suzy Blyth, a Not Just Travel consultant, said: “I’ve visited all the Beachcomber resorts, seen all the different room types and built relationships with the teams in the hotels. To take that home to our clients is invaluable.”
Not Just Travel consultant Warren Jessop commented: “The trip has definitely helped me sell holidays to Mauritius and Beachcomber’s resorts in particular.
“We’ve seen all the different room types, the spas, the kids’ clubs and the golf courses.
“I now have knowledge of everything that’s available in each one of Beachcomber’s eight resorts on the island.”
The agents also spent time with Witt and Harrison, new chief commercial officer Chris Harrison, and business development managers Jake Hollins and Aaron Hilton to learn more about marketing and business skills.