Welcome to Selling Luxurious, the podcast made by the editors of Luxurious Travel Advisor. This sequence conjures up and educates travel advisors who want to enter the luxury arena and delivers good insights for individuals advisors who are already productive in this specialized niche.
Ruthanne Terrero, VP and editorial director of Luxurious Travel Advisor, in this episode chats with Stacy Fischer-Rosenthal of Fischer Travel delivers insights into how her ultra-luxury travel company operates. Fischer-Rosenthal shares ground breaking tips to increase solutions to purchasers who are looking for distinctive strategies to gift their colleagues and liked kinds she also shares how to make a nurturing company culture in a demanding company that operates 24/7.
Learn the historical past of Manhattan-centered Fischer Travel, founded by Stacy’s famous father, Bill Fischer, fifty yrs back. He is the initial “luxury travel advisor,” who made the idea of forging powerful associations with suppliers to get factors done for his ultra-affluent purchasers. “He was usually pushing for the reason that it was usually about ‘how do we satisfy this consumer?’” Stacy tells us.
In this podcast, you’ll hear all about Fischer Travel’s distinctive service rate structure and how the agency finds men and women who can open doors to designer ateliers after hours, near down museums, choose more than palaces and even arrange a wedding ceremony at Versailles.
You will also master what it’s like to fireplace 1 of your best purchasers and how to nurture the kinds you maintain with thoughtful touches that support them in the most susceptible moments of your daily life.
Get pleasure from the podcast and look at for Stacy and Bill Fischer to be showcased in the May possibly 2020 issue of Luxurious Travel Advisor!
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