LVG Learning partners with TravelBiz Monitor to offer destination learning programmes
London-based LVG Learning & Networking, the leading Europe-based online B2B e-learning and networking platform for the travel fraternity, has announced its strategic partnership with India’s leading e-learning and B2B travel media brand, TravelBiz Monitor to create a one-of-its-kind global learning platform with a hybrid model of online and offline learning courses for a large number of international destinations and products across the world. The aim is to make the ROI of destinations visible and measurable by enabling old and new staff in tourism companies to generate more sales with the unique content-driven model curated jointly by the two platforms.
The collective reach and network of the two partners encompasses an unmatched global database of well over 100,000 qualified travel professionals across Europe, the Middle East, India, South-East Asia and Australia that destinations, products and services can engage with.
Gurgaon-based travel consultancy Auxilia Networks, headed by industry veteran and former India Head of Destination New South Wales, Paramjit Bawa, will manage the engagement programme with the trade for the project on a global basis.
Seda Cetinoglu, CEO, LVG Learning & Networking, said, “We are excited about the growth of our Learning – Marketing – Networking structure, which we established in 2020, and now with a wider infrastructure via our new partnership with TravelBiz Monitor . This project will present our versatile hybrid services for global DMOs, combining innovative solutions, technology, media and a reputable network. Times are changing for everyone and everything, and with this newest product of our collaboration with Sheldon and Paramjit, the results of all your B2B destination promotions will become more visible and measurable. We will share our success stories with our trade fraternity soon.”
Sheldon Santwan, Editor & CEO, TravelBiz Monitor, said, “We are very happy to partner with a global learning platform like LVG. With over a decade of experience in the e-learning and online training space, I am sure we will benefit from each other’s strengths. This collaboration will also help TBM and its partners to reach out beyond the current Indian subcontinent and Middle East to also other parts of the globe, and take all our online trainings to a worldwide audience, if our clients require the same.
This partnership with result-oriented approach will see various interactive education courses offered for agents to enable them to offer more inclusive itineraries and immersive experiences to their clients.