The Travel Franchise has beaten growth forecasts by more than 30%, with at least one new travel consultant joining most working days this year.
Further rapid growth is expected on the back of May’s £1,000 franchise offer, its cheapest ever, which has now been extended until the end of June.
In the past five months alone, co-founders of the company and its customer-facing brand Not Just Travel, Paul Harrison and Steve Witt report it has welcomed more new consultants than in the entire year of 2022.
“The resurgence in travel shows no signs of abating as consumer confidence has been buoyed by recent glorious sunshine and the recent energy cap,” says Witt.
He adds: “Consumer mood is good and this translates into significant bookings. Many of our members are taking home £10-30k in income each month.”
Examples of some of Not Just Travel’s high flying agents include Ami Wood, a mum whose part-time hobby grew into a full-time award-winning travel agency on course to take £1 million in holiday bookings this year, and Elliott Prendergast, who sold £700k worth of holidays last year working in his spare time alongside his full-time job.
Neither had worked in travel before.
The Travel Franchise, the UK’s number one homeworking travel agency for people new to travel. Investors open a home-based travel agency and have the ability to plan and book hundreds of ABTA-bonded holidays under its customer-facing brand, Not Just Travel.