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ATEC has today announced the launch of its new Emerging Leaders of Inbound Tourism Excellence program (ELITE) at the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) in Melbourne.
The new program is aimed at nurturing future leadership talent in the tourism industry to build successful careers and businesses, with the support and mentoring of industry leaders.
ATEC and AccorHotels have continued their corporate partnership relationship with the signing of another annual agreement at ATE this week.
“AccorHotels has given ATEC and its members vital support over many years,” ATEC Chairman Denis Pierce said today.
“This support has enabled our members to access the business to business programs and services offered by ATEC around the country that help them build a stronger export market for their product.”
As part of its focus on delivering practical value to its members and the tourism industry, ATEC has today launched the new Tourism Export ‘Know-How’ training and mentoring program, the first stage of which will roll out in Western Australia.
“We are pleased to be launching this new program in partnership with Tourism WA and with the support of Tourism Australia as a practical, supported introduction to the export tourism market,” ATEC Chairman, Denis Pierce said today.
ATEC has today re-signed its Platinum Partner Qantas Airways, reaffirming the airline’s long term and strong commitment to Australia’s export tourism industry.
“We are pleased to once again welcome Qantas as our Platinum Partner and as our major industry supporter, we look forward to continuing the fantastic work we have been doing together for many years,” ATEC Chairman, Denis Pierce said today.
“Qantas has been a supporter of ATEC since its inception more than 40 years ago and their support has enabled countless export tourism businesses across Australia to grow and prosper.
This year ATEC are offering Mandarin, Korean and Japanese speaking student translators at ATE to assist ATEC Members only.
Only 4 weeks until ATE 2015 and once again ATEC will be offering a translator service for ATEC members!
ATEC or YATEC members can also register for a walkthrough of ATE to see what happens in the “engine room”.
The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) welcomes the $36.7 million budget top up announced for Tourism Australia which will help the industry continue on its strong growth path.
“Our industry has seen solid growth in the past 5 years and we are now being recognised for the significant contribution we are making to the Australian economy,” ATEC Managing Director, Peter Shelley said.
ATEC is delighted to welcome two new Branch Managers to the team. Welcome Mel Swain and Brooke Liebelt
Following the completion of ATEC’s strategic review, the National Board has nominated the following four goals to guide the development and delivery of member benefits & services over the next twelve months.
Australia welcomes such a diverse range of international visitors and accurately translated material is now more important than ever. ATEC is delighted to be working with Anecsys to provide translation solutions for our members.
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