Diethelm Travel Group has unveiled the lineup of its returning webinar series, which launched last year offering free educational sessions to client agents.
The tour operator will produce a webinar once a month focusing on each of the 13 countries it operates in, aimed at helping clients better understand and sell the destinations, as well as highlight local experiences and offerings such as concierge services, best-selling products and new programmes.
Hosted by Diethelm Travel’s product managers and managing directors, each instalment runs for 30 minutes and is also available online after the scheduled session.
This year, webinars have also been tweaked based on participant feedback, to delve beyond destination overviews and touch on trending topics. Sessions are available for both Central European Time and US Pacific Time, with the below schedule and focus areas:
February 27 – Thailand (off-the-beaten-track experiences)
March 29 – Vietnam (new beach stay destinations)
April 26 – Cambodia (leading luxury accommodation and why the country deserves more time to be explored)
May 20 – Laos’ (nature and arts)
June 28 – Sri Lanka
July 26 – Malaysia (Sabah)
August 29 – Singapore (new local, immersive experiences)
September 27 – Myanmar (nature and scenic attractions including river cruises, trekking and cycling)
October 25 – Maldives (which resorts best fit each market segment)
November 29 – China (cultural destinations of Chengdu, Shuzhou and Hangzhou)
February – Hong Kong (hiking and island experiences outside of the city)
March – Bhutan (what’s new and the practicalities of travelling)
April – Philippines (best ways to travel through the country’s famed islands)
“We received an overwhelming response to our first webinar series last year and are thrilled that clients found the sessions to be a strategic resource for their business. Now, based on participant feedback, we have designed our new series to be even more in-depth helping further drive our clients’ destination knowledge,” said Siprang Srinarintranon, group director of marketing.