Ontario Advisors Attend “Coffee Time Travel Chats” Partner Series

A group of trade representatives including Tourism Australia, Jamaica Tourist Board, Globus, Carnival Cruise Line, and Couples Resorts organized a series of mini trade shows called the “Coffee Time Travel Chats”. Events were held in FEB and MAR 2023 and were attended by more than 95 agents in St Catharines, London and Burlington.

The ‘changing landscape’ of the retail sector prompted the group to offer an option for advisors working from home or the office to learn about various products at once. The shows are designed to be time flexible, offering a drop-in format over a few hours.

Following the success of the first 3 shows, the group will be growing and the next series of shows will take place in Brantford on April 11th, Kitchener on April 26th, and Woodbridge on May 2nd, with more shows being planned throughout Ontario and BC in the months to come.

To attend Coffee Time Travel Chats, RSVP here.

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