Trade Licensing Consultant Partners

ABTA’s Trade Licensing Consultants Partners offer specialised consultancy services to travel businesses, providing guidance and support on regulatory and bonding issues, licensing, accreditation and membership issues.

The full benefits of becoming an ABTA Trade Licensing Consultant Partner are:

Annual Fee £1,785 + VAT*

  • Use of ABTA Partner logo.
  • Listing in the Partner Directory content on the Member Zone.
  • Share content via ABTA’s social media channels, subject to approval and availability. 
  • Provide Partner Insights in the form of thought-leadership articles on ABTA’s website.
  • Option to purchase an ABTA Marketing Package including e-shot, banner advertising and social media coverage (subject to availability).
  • Ability to provide a Partner Offer on ABTA’s Member Zone with promotion through ABTA’s marketing channels. 
  • Free subscription ABTA Today weekly e-news.
  • Free attendance at ABTA Engagement Programme events and reduced rates for sponsorship.
  • Access to ABTA advice and expertise.
  • Access to ABTA guidance documents via unlimited company registrations to Member Zone.
  • Reduced rates to purchase ABTA guidance and booklets such as Animal welfare guidelines and Health & Safety Technical guide available in ABTA Shop.
  • Reduced rates on ABTA database available in ABTA Shop.
  • Reduced rates to attend and sponsor ABTA events (incl. ABTA’s Flagship Travel Convention). First preference for sponsored speaking slots will be given to ABTA Partners.

*discount of £75 plus VAT for subscriptions paid by direct debit. Access to the benefits of partnership will only be granted once the full annual payment has been received. 

As an ABTA Partner, The Travel Trade Consultancy are regular sponsors of ABTA’s conferences and seminars. We find the opportunity to share our insights, and network with ABTA members at these events, particularly beneficial. Aligning TTC with the trusted ABTA brand has helped us to engage better with the industry and build relationships with a wider network of travel organisations.

Matt Purser, Director, Travel Trade Consultancy