Five things to consider when starting a travel business

Are you thinking about launching a new company in the travel industry? Read our top tips.

05 Jul, 2021 Updated 20 Sep, 2021
1 min read Posted by Matt Purser
Strategy

There are plenty of things to think about when launching a new travel business, from arranging licences and financial protection to planning how much funding you’ll need to get through your first year.  In this clip, taken from a recent start-up event hosted by Travlaw, TTC director Matt Purser talks about five essential areas to consider. 

You can watch the full event over on Travlaw’s website.

To find out more about starting up a new travel business find the slides here. If you would like to talk to us about starting up a new travel business, please get in touch. 

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Finance, Future planning, Regulation, Start-ups
Matt Purser
Matt founded Travel Trade Consultancy in 2005 to help travel businesses navigate the complex regulatory landscape. He remains joint owner and director.
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Matt founded Travel Trade Consultancy in 2005 to help travel businesses navigate the complex regulatory landscape. He remains joint owner and director.