CT Partners meet in Bangkok attracted every member

This year’s CT Partners’ annual conference in Bangkok saw 33 representatives of corporate and specialist member agencies join 39 senior representatives of preferred supplier partners and all 21 members in attendance.
Pictured right: Building a bike can’t be that hard can it? (L-r): Norma Morshidi, Malaysia Airlines, Nicole McMahon, CT Connections, Nicole Hague, CT Partners, Gillian Haywood, Hawaiian Airlines, Julie Stingel, United Airlines, Kerri Pottharst, keynote speaker, Mike Dwyer, Main Beach Travel, Kerri Primrose, MP Travel, Rob Harrison, Qantas Airways and Alan McCartney, Amadeus.
Its theme of Setting Goals to Change included presentations from suppliers, keynote addresses from two accomplished Australians and a community-based team event.
 
 
The event began with a welcome from CT Partners’ chairman Grant Wilson, officially welcoming two new members BCD Travel and JC Travel Professionals, who were represented by their respective managing directors Tass Messinis and Freddy Mikhael.
 
Wilson acknowledged  the significance in achieving a 22 per cent sales growth for 2016/17 as compared to 2015/16 and achieving sales of A$1.5 billion.
 
The conference also included a series of workshops, presentations and supplier discussions that reinforced the conference theme.
 
 

 

CT Partners meet in Bangkok attracted every member

This year’s CT Partners’ annual conference in Bangkok saw 33 representatives of corporate and specialist member agencies join 39 senior representatives of preferred supplier partners and all 21 members in attendance.
Pictured right: Building a bike can’t be that hard can it? (L-r): Norma Morshidi, Malaysia Airlines, Nicole McMahon, CT Connections, Nicole Hague, CT Partners, Gillian Haywood, Hawaiian Airlines, Julie Stingel, United Airlines, Kerri Pottharst, keynote speaker, Mike Dwyer, Main Beach Travel, Kerri Primrose, MP Travel, Rob Harrison, Qantas Airways and Alan McCartney, Amadeus.
Its theme of Setting Goals to Change included presentations from suppliers, keynote addresses from two accomplished Australians and a community-based team event.
 
 
The event began with a welcome from CT Partners’ chairman Grant Wilson, officially welcoming two new members BCD Travel and JC Travel Professionals, who were represented by their respective managing directors Tass Messinis and Freddy Mikhael.
 
Wilson acknowledged  the significance in achieving a 22 per cent sales growth for 2016/17 as compared to 2015/16 and achieving sales of A$1.5 billion.
 
The conference also included a series of workshops, presentations and supplier discussions that reinforced the conference theme.