Not Just Travel hails success of third seminar at sea

Not Just Travel has hailed the success of its third seminar at sea, where 95 delegates sailed on Princess Cruises’ Sky Princess.

NJT agents joined a five-day Scandinavian cruise calling at Denmark and Oslo where they participated in training sessions and enjoyed the onboard facilities.

They were joined by TV presenter Eamonn Holmes, who has become a spokesman for the NJT brand.

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He formed part of a line-up of speakers for the event, which included brand ambassador and TV presenter Hayley Sparks, NJT co-founder Steve Witt and sales development and engagement manager at Princess Cruises Andrew Jeans.

Witt said: “So far we have created a trilogy of sales-soaring seminar at seas and we have no plans to stop.

“Each time, our consultants become more expert, fall in love with the experience and bookings for the hosting cruise company soar.

“NJT’s strong build-up to [this] seminar at sea, with training, engagement and a renowned sales focus, has seen Princess Cruises sales increase over 70% this year.”

Eithne Williamson, vice-president of Princess Cruises UK and Europe, said: “Princess Cruises is delighted to be collaborating with Not Just Travel and is privileged to be hosting their seminar at sea, where so many homeworkers have experienced the Princess difference onboard Sky Princess.

“[This] seminar at sea has been the ideal platform for the homeworkers to accelerate their knowledge of the Princess brand as well as understand how they can further build their business through selling cruise.

“This ongoing partnership is a testament to our joint commitment in providing opportunities for growth as well as exceptional experiences for our guests.”

NJT agent Andy Richardson added: “This has been an amazing experience in every way. I’ve learnt so much about how to grow my cruise sales, my travel business and about the amazing Princess brand.”

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