Double the number of people invested in one of our travel franchises in 2023 compared to the same period in 2022.
Strong sales since December 2022 has secured our position as the UK’s fastest growing franchise with more than one person a day signing up in March.
“2023 has proven to be one of best years yet for travel franchisee recruitment,” says Jenny Farenden, head of marketing for award-winning The Travel Franchise.
“We are seeing an uptick in recruitment from all types of people who want to earn income while enjoying the incredible lifestyle benefits that working in travel brings.”
The demand for franchises comes at a time when the travel industry has seen a post-pandemic boom in holiday bookings. The Travel Franchise’s consumer-facing brand Not Just Travel reported record holiday sales this year.
“Record holiday sales equals record commission for our agents who are benefitting from our investment in people and technology last year.”
New recruits are among those who have seen their business skyrocket in January.
Candy and Nathan set up their travel business in December and sold £70k-worth of holidays in their first month.
And Ben Casey, who has managed his company for several years, sold £324k-worth of holidays in January, a growth of 30 per cent on the previous year.