Working as an airline director is one of the best jobs a person can have. It gives you so many opportunities to learn and gain experience.
I like applying what I have learnt from another industry to the airline industry
In 1976 I was employed at the University of Surrey to study Bed and Breakfast accommodation in England
After meeting with the Team at Collette I was very excited to be part of a great company
I see the growth of sustainable or green tourism particularly volunteer tourism
Whether investigating business angles or crafting more lifestyle driven pieces, there is always a story that can be shared
Dr David Beirman, Senior Lecturer, Tourism, Management Discipline Group, University of Technology-Sydney
ATALA brings together all the knowledge and insight from a big group of Latin America Travel Experts
I joined the industry in 1970 and spent 29 Years with Diethelm and was the first Thai national to obtain Executive Management status within the company.
Collette reached out to me and I was very intrigued, since I have always had a strong love for travel.
I relish the opportunity to sell my home town of Newcastle as a destination for business events
Started at the young age of 15 years, I saw the opportunity to travel and work in many countries and to be part of a growing industry
It will be 100% digital, with mobile devices at the centre of the on-stay experience. Hotels will offer Tailored Experiences and on-demand
I would have to say that the greatest achievement for me is creating new relationships with the travel industry while working for a company new to Australia
Being here in the Maldives, we need to create a family atmosphere, because we work together, we eat together, we have social events together
It’s lonely at the top’- a former GM at a large hotel I was Operations Manager at told me that and it’s true
I’ve loved travel from an early age, ever since a family holiday to Disneyland I’ve been hooked.
Eventually I know that giving services to people is my basic instinct
Managing a hotel is like inviting someone into your home, you anticipate their needs and make them feel welcome
I care to forget when I actually entered the travel industry but let’s say it was a couple of years back now