TravelManagers 10th annual conference is just one

first_imgTravelManagers’ 10th annual conference is just one day away and this year’s host city, Darwin, is already gearing up for an influx of personal travel managers (PTMs), members of the national partnership support team, and partner suppliers. Almost 400 people will be attending the 2017 conference with the theme ‘ONE’, running from 7 to 9 September at Darwin Convention Centre. “The conference theme of ONE resonates with all that we do. We will explore our theme throughout our entire conference by way of peer to peer and supplier partner presentations, workshops, tradeshows and participation in our community event,” said TravelManagers’ Executive General Manager Michael Gazal.“ONE is many things – how we work together as ONE, that ONE big thing you may be working towards, or it could be the ONE thing you can change that will make the biggest difference in your life. ONE is also about your sense of ONE – ONE individual working within ONE network, and what that means for our PTMs.“We have been collaborating with David Price from Outshine Media over the last few months as we want to start the conference with a wow moment. David has attended many of our conferences and intimately understands our business, and we are really excited about what we have come up with to launch this year’s conference, and to set the tone for the entire three days.” Keynote speakers include Red Shark Naomi Simson and Benjamin (Ben) Roberts-Smith, the most decorated serving soldier in the Commonwealth. Just over a quarter of the major presentations – themed ‘Secrets to my Success’ – will be delivered by personal travel managers themselves.Eight personal travel managers including Queensland’s’ Sarena Taylor, representative for Robina, Denise Dean, representative for Hendra, Anthony Lee, representative for Bardon, and Simon Tinkler, representative for South Brisbane; Michelle Desmarchelier, representative for Berowra, and Jane Fowler, representative for Elrington in New South Wales, and Western Australian-based Barbara Turner, representative for Scarborough, and South Australia’s Corinne Mutz, representative for Upper Sturt, will share their business success stories at the conference. “We are also thrilled to have Lauren Bath, who pioneered the Australian influencer industry, sharing insights on how PTMs can use Instagram to grow their businesses, and Janeece Keller, who will relaunch the Travel With Kidz accreditation program,” said Gazal. DarwinTravelManagerslast_img read more

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