Not Just Travel to host four events in Birmingham next weekend

Homeworking firm Not Just Travel will hold its first Platinum conference on Sunday (January 8) as part of a programme of four events in Birmingham.

The franchise company will also host a new recruitment event on Friday (January 6), ahead of its annual trade expo on Saturday and ‘New Year New Start’ training event on Sunday.

All four events will take place at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre and more than 300 people are expected to attend in total.

The inaugural Platinum Conference is for members earning £20,000 to £500,000+ in commission and will be hosted by BBC presenter and filmmaker Zara Janjua.

It aims to celebrate success and help consultants to take their businesses “to the next level”.

The trade expo will be open to all members and will offer the chance to meet about 40 of NJT’s key trade partners.

The training event’s workshops will feature coaching, tips and techniques plus details of market trends and supplier marketing campaigns.

Paul Harrison, co-founder of Not Just Travel and its recruitment arm The Travel Franchise, said: “Our sales have been so good we’ve blown all of our projections for the month, the quarter and year.

“As a team we are sitting on a goldmine of knowledge of how to optimise sales and increase profits and so we are using our variety of events to disseminate that information to our current and potential members.”

He added: “We are an ever-expanding company, having doubled in size in 2022. Our busy events schedule reflects the speed at which we are growing – so much so we have released a dedicated NJT Events scheduling app for everyone to use.

“With a larger team, we are able to pioneer a range of events including conferences – vital for boosting knowledge, skills and sales through our valuable trade relationships, improved training and recruitment sessions.”

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