Munich introduces online training programme for partners

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September 01, 2016 4:58 PM

Munich Travel Guru, an online specialist-training programme has been launched by Munich Tourist Office, India. The destination training programme is said to help trade partners in selling Munich.

Munich Travel Guru, an online specialist-training programme has been launched by Munich Tourist Office, India. The destination training programme is said to help trade partners in selling Munich. The programme builds on the theme ‘Simply Munich’ and engages the travel trade through 10 online informative modules. The participants will have to score a minimum of 90 per cent in each module to proceed to the next level. Once the participant clears all modules and becomes a “Munich Travel Guru”, certificate will be issued online and the early birds will be rewarded.

SanJeet, India Representative, Munich Tourist Office, said, “We have been actively working with our travel partners with an objective to create the buzz and help build business for Munich City. The programme has also been designed specially to enhance knowledge of the frontline staff through extensive education and sell packages to Munich more effectively.”

Travel agents can register by logging on munichtravelguru.com for the training programme.

As per the latest statistics, Munich has recorded a year-on-year growth of 21 per cent during January–June 2016 in Indian visitor arrivals and 14 per cent growth in Indian overnights.

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