Supplier Due Diligence for Travel Businesses

May 17, 2023
Isabel Espinoza (she/her)
1 min read

For travel organizers, it’s absolutely vital for your business’ reputation to work with service providers that will only enhance your clients’ experience. Working with providers that are not reputable or don’t comply with the quality standards you’ve included in your travel business’ unique value proposition can potentially risk damaging your relationship with your travelers or even your reputation. At the end of the day, you’re the one facing the client, regardless of the experience they had. 

When outsourcing providers for transportation, accommodation, and activities, you need to differentiate between who’s reliable and who’s not. There are processes and strategies you can implement when vetting suppliers that will help you choose the ones that resonate with your business. For example, leading conversations based on checklists with your requirements, creating agreements, going on physical or virtual inspections, etc. 

To guide you through this process and help you make an excellent decision for your business, WeTravel has partnered with Jeff Ment, a seasoned travel lawyer, and Dave Dennis, a travel risk management expert, to create a 1-hour webinar on navigating supplier due diligence. 

What you’ll learn:

  • Why is it essential to implement a vetting process for choosing providers for your travel company.
  • Key aspects you should include in your vetting process, from the research stage to drafting your service agreements. 
  •  How to create a vetting process that can be applied across different countries and cultures while enhancing relationships and supporting local communities.

… and more!

If you want to contact Jeff Ment or explore the Ment Law Group services, please visit their website or reach out to him directly at

If you want to contact Dave Dennis, you can do so via his personal LinkedIn or Cornerstone Safety Group’s LinkedIn or website. You can also reach out to him directly at

Watch for Free: Supplier Due Diligence for Travel Businesses