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FIT Ruums devises new programme to reward agents
Singapore, January 24, 2017
 

FIT Ruums, Webjet’s new B2B travel distributor in Asia, has unveiled a new rewards programme.

 

The programme allows travel suppliers, including NTOs, to directly incentivise and educate agents with a series of rewards such as lifestyle products, hotel stays, bespoke event invitations and fam trips. Rewards can also be tailored to the individual needs of each market.

 

 

“FIT Rewards creates a platform for our supplier partners to launch their new products, allowing more targeted product penetration, education and adoption by their key bookers in the travel trade,” said Daryl Lee, director of FIT Ruums’ parent company, WebBeds FZ.

 

A series of online stores, similar to the iTunes Store, will be created for each Asian market, further enhancing the suppliers’ ability to target their local clients.

 

Kok Sheng Sun, chief commercial officer of FIT Ruums, said: “We anticipate high demand from the agent community, and look forward to unveiling an exciting new range of products and activities, and expanding our online reward stores across Asia in the coming months.”

 

To celebrate the launch of FIT Rewards, travel agents who sign up FIT Rewards before January 31, 2017 will receive 1,000 bonus FIT Points. Every booking made before the end of January 2017 will earn the member an additional 500 FIT Points.

 

FIT Ruums will also reward the travel agency that makes the most bookings in January 2017 with rebates of 50 per cent off its booking values.

 

For more information, please visit rewards.fitruums.com.

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