The franchise has gone 'into hyper-drive' as it invests significantly across all areas of the business
Members of The Travel Franchise who train as Not Just Travel homeworking travel consultants will enjoy the highest level of ongoing support, training and commission of any UK travel franchise.
With an even stronger focus on customer-led travel, the ‘new Not Just Travel’ creates an improved and natural journey of progression for busy franchisees who want to be the best they can be.
Travel consultants of all levels of expertise will receive more training, support, mentoring and marketing tools, each created to help consultants sell and convert more efficiently.
“New NJT represents a shift in mindset; taking our already expert consultants and turning them into industry masters,” said co-founder Steve Witt. “Not Just Travel isn’t just about selling holidays, it’s about providing unsurpassed customer experience in every aspect.
“Hundreds upon hundreds of existing franchisees have taken the opportunity to recommit to us for the long-term because they want to be part of a winning, industry-leading team. We are thrilled that our members have chosen to match the even higher standards of excellence in the New NJT.”
The new and improved initiatives include the mandatory Academy for onboarding new franchisees – highly practical training which guides new franchisees through the skills, knowledge and practical steps needed to get their business off the ground.
The Mastery programme is an optional, intensive and immersive way for franchisees to become ‘masters’ in their abilities and knowledge of lucrative markets such as cruise, skiing and golf. Cruise Mastery is the first to launch and further develops NJT’s relationship with its Key Trade Partners, as well as assisting customers through the often complex booking process while providing consultants dedicated support through its cruise division.
NJT has also made a huge investment in technology, including its brand new phone-based app, which will revolutionise the way NJT engages with existing and potential customers by creating new, streamlined ways of communicating.
“We’re already considered the best and so we could have just continued doing what we do, but we wanted to help our consultants become even better,” co-founder Paul Harrison added. “Our improved training programmes have been designed for busy, time-poor consultants who want to see quick returns on their investment. The New NJT frees up our members to do what they love and do best - selling holidays.”
NJT’s first-ever Seminar at Sea will also take place in September when hundreds of franchisee consultants will benefit from intensive cruise-specific training provided by industry experts onboard NCL’s new ship Prima.