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2. Set a budgetEvery group has differing budgets. Some have no limit whilst others need to be careful with money. So set a budget that everyone is happy with and then stick to it. Sort out what’s to be included in that budget i.e. flights, transfer and accommodation, or the whole package including kit, passes and activity.
3. Work out people’s ability levelsBefore choosing a resort, it’s important to understand the needs of the group. Ask people how many weeks skiing or boarding they have. You don’t want to go to a ski area that’s suits hardcore skiers if you have a lot of beginner snowboarders in your party, you’ll end up with a grumpy group and that’s not good!
4. Pay upOne of the biggest frustrations of a group organizer is that people say they’re up for it and are definitely coming (probably from a conversation in the pub), but when it comes to paying, it’s a different story. A good tip is to tell people that the deposit is due 2 weeks before the holiday company needs it. This gives you a chance to chase people and issue mild threats of dropping them from the group or say that it just won’t be the same without them!
5. Don’t do everything by committeeHave a small circle of the group to bounce resort ideas off but don’t give that circle loads of options. Pick 2 or 3 resorts you think will suit the group and pitch them as you’ll never get anywhere if you offer every resort in France as an option. Where to stay The ideal place to stay for a group is a catered chalet. It’s a great little home from home where people can come and go, relax in front of the fire and you don’t have to worry about keeping other people up as you’re the only people staying there. You also get the added bonus of having all of your meals cooked for you and complimentary wine with your dinner too.
6. Get some helpRegardless of how many groups you may have organized, it’s always an advantage to get expert help. Our sales team have been organizing group holidays for years and there’s no question that they haven’t been asked (and yes, that is a challenge!)
7. Enjoy it!The most important thing is to enjoy the holiday. There may be times when things get a little fraught, (particularly when you’re chasing people for money), but just remember to have some fun yourself too!
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