AFTA conducts a series of free webinars for the travel industry.
The webinars are carefully crafted to cover a range of important topics to help you build a lasting business and to support the professional development of your staff.
Best of all, the webinars are FREE to join and open to all travel industry personnel, so feel free to share with your colleagues.
We are pleased to share our exciting line-up of webinar topics for the year. The focus this year is towards providing useful 'how to' tips and advice on implement best business practices within your business.
To encourage small business owners setting aside time to work ON the business as opposed to working IN the business, we have partnered with DFK Australia New Zealand to run a four-part Better Business Series.
The series will feature expert Business Advisers who will discuss the importance of planning strategies around the often overlooked areas; including tax time planning, cashflow, profitability and succession planning.
Registrations will open approx. one month prior webinar date.
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|DATE||WEBINAR TOPIC||DATE||WEBINAR TOPIC|
|22 FEB||AFTA - CC Surcharging||26 JULY||DFK - Cashflow Mastery|
|29 MAR||AFTA - CC Surcharging |
|23 AUG||DFK - Maximising Profitability|
|APR||~ No webinar scheduled||20 SEP||DFK - Succession Planning|
|17 MAY||NTIA Finalist Presentation Tips||OCT||~ To be confirmed|
|7 JUNE||DFK - Tax Time Planning||15 NOV|
Understanding Social Media for Travel
Wednesday 22 February 2017, 12.00pm (ADST)
Webinar Host – Dean Long, AFTA National Manager for Strategy and Policy
In the first 6 months of 2017, banks and other financial institutions who provide businesses merchant terminals will be contacting travel agents about changes to this service.
89% of all customers who use a travel agent in Australia choose to pay using some form of electronic payment such as a credit card and you will need to know what these changes mean to your business.
The changes clearly detail what you can now include in your surcharge rate from 1 July 2017 and will also affect consumer expectations on the amount you charge them for using a credit or debit card.
Stay up-to-date on the latest changes and what this means for you in your business. This webinar will: