Jet2holidays to set out vision of future at overseas agent conferences

Jet2holidays to set out vision of future at overseas agent conferences

Jet2holidays’ future vision is being outlined to 250 independent agents at annual overseas conferences run by the operator this week.

Top performing and high potential agency partners have been invited to two VIP events at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tenerife.

A number of new tailored programmes designed exclusively for independent agents to help them boost sales and grow their businesses are due to be unveiled by chief executive Steve Heapy and head of trade Alan Cross.

The first conference takes place from today until Wednesday, with the second event being staged from Thursday to Saturday. Delegates are being flown to Tenerife on an exclusive Boeing 737-800 charter from Manchester airport.

Both conferences will feature presentations, supplier showcases, a Jet2holidays talent competition, a breakfast pool party, as well as a ‘children of the 80’s’ party featuring singer Sinitta.

The best-selling and most successful agents of the past 12 months will also be recognised at an annual awards ceremony.

Cross said: “We are all set to host independent travel agents on our biggest and best VIP annual conference yet.

“This year we have introduced interactive knowledge sessions that are designed to take our partnership approach one step further.

“These sessions are all about equipping agents with the knowledge to understand and sell real package holidays to their customers, so that they can grow their businesses.

“On top of that, we have some brand new programmes to announce, along with two prestigious awards ceremonies celebrating the success of our partnership approach, and of course we are delighted to have special guest Sinitta with us for both conferences.”


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