Sponsored by Cruise Planners Do you love to travel? Would you like to work-from-home and be your own boss? How about travel discounts and perks? If this all sounds good, keep reading this may be your work-at-home calling. How to Work-From-Home as a Travel Agent Traditionally, aspiring travel agents needed to attend a two-year or […] The post Cruise Planners Franchise Review: Want to Make Money in the Travel Industry? appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
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You probably know that the fantastic New York City is made up of 5 boroughs: Manhattan, Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island. Although there is not enough time in the… Read more » The post 5 Helpful Tips For Your NYC Business Trip appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Imagine being in a new city with a few hours to kill, but no idea what to do. Headout is a travel app that enables tourists to book outings at very short notice, in most cases on the same day. The startup announced today that it’s raised a $10 million Series A led by returning investors Nexus Venture Partners and Version One Ventures to support its ambitious growth targets. Over the next 18 months, co-founder and CEO Varun Khona says the startup wants to expand from 20 cities to 100 cities in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific. The app recently added French, German and Spanish in select markets and aims to have all of its inventory available in 12 languages by the end of next year. Its bookings includes sightseeing tours, museum tickets and shows. Headout’s Series A brings its total raised to $12 million. Its seed round was announced in 2015, when TechCrunch first profiled the company. The startup claims it has grown eight times over the past 12 months and is profitable. As it enters new markets, however, Headout will be up against a roster of competitors that also offer experience bookings for tourists. These include Klook, TripAdvisor-owned Viator, Get Your Guide and Airbnb’s Experiences feature. Khona says Headout’s main edge is tailoring its inventory and technology platform for “spontaneous last-minute mobile use cases.” It’s also a managed marketplace, meaning it standardizes pricing and quality, with the hope of creating a consistent experience across all outings. The startup says this focus on combining quality with unit economics means it’s enabled customers to save an average of 18% on last-minute bookings.
At this time of year, a summer vacation is on many people’s minds. If you travel for business, combining a business trip with a vacation to offset some of the cost with a tax deduction can sound appealing. But tread carefully, or you might not be eligible for the deduction you’re expecting. General Rules Business […] The post Can You Deduct Business Travel When It’s Combined with Vacation? appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Sponsored by Cruise Planners Learn More About Starting a Home-Based Travel Agency Today with Cruise Planners Through a Special Webinar Invite. So, what’s it like being a work-from-home travel agent? Here we break down this dream job and let you hear directly from a Cruise Planners franchise owner on what it’s really like being a […] The post Work-From-Home Parents Are Living the Dream as Home-Based Travel Agents appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
Last week the hubs and I had our very first vacay without the kids. It was 3 days and 2 nights of pure quiet! It was just the twof of us, the cows, fire flies and hummingbirds. We didn’t take off to anywhere exoctic. We rented a cabin in the hill country here in Texas. […] The post 8 Of The Most Exotic Honeymoon Destinations appeared first on .
Launched in the 1970s, the travel empire preempted the gap year trend. Today Tony Wheeler is working on five books and is still an avid traveller Tony and Maureen Wheeler co-founded Lonely Planet in 1973 after the couple travelled overland from London to Australia. The travel publisher, which has since printed more than 120 million books in 11 languages, sold a 75% stake in the business to BBC Worldwide in 2007. The Wheelers sold their remaining 25% stake in the company four years later. Continue reading…
By Christy Schutz Now that Spring has officially sprung, and as the school year winds down to a close, I can’t stop daydreaming about taking a summer vacation. Vacations are few and far between in our family. With all the commitments my husband and I have professionally, coupled with the school activities my daughter has […] The post Six Ways to Fund Your Summer Vacation appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
By Jamie Cattanach Summer’s around the corner, and that means it’s time for a getaway. Goodness knows you need it. You’ve saved up the dough, finagled a few days (or even a week!) off from work, and are super ready for your hard-won break from reality. But first, you’ve got to plan it. And as […] The post Why Hiring a Travel Agent May Be a Better Idea Than You Think appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.