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TravelManagers wraps up 2023 with state meetings in 5 cities

TravelManagers' state meetings in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth – the culmination of many state-based events throughout the year – allowed colleagues, head office and key suppliers to catch up and reflect on the year and plan for 2024.

TravelManagers’ state meetings in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth – the culmination of many state-based events throughout the year – allowed colleagues, head office and key suppliers to catch up and reflect on the year and plan for 2024.

Personal travel managers (PTMs) heard updates for TravelManagers in 2024 and also celebrated the achievements of the year at informative and festive state events.

The Vibe Hotel Sydney was the venue for the final state meeting of 2023 for NSW- and ACT-based PTMs who heard updates from the National Partnership Office (NPO) departments before enjoying a Christmas function attended by partner suppliers.

Michael Gazal (fourth from left) presented seven NPO staff with awards recognising five years with TravelManagers. (L-R): David McCarthy, Julia McLean, Melissa Duffy, Michael Gazal, Rheina Chan, Melissa Randazzo, Tania Myles & Leeanne Freeman.

PTMs based in Queensland and Northern NSW gathered at Brisbane’s Victoria Park Golf Club where the formal part of the day focused on preparing for 2024 and beyond. Suppliers then joined them for a celebratory Christmas lunch.

The Queensland and Northern NSW Christmas Lunch bunch.

In Melbourne, PTMs from around Victoria were joined by colleagues from Tasmania, NSW and Queensland. They heard updates from the NPO’s cruise, airfares and marketing teams and a presentation from Cover-More before concluding with a festive lunch.

In Victoria. (L-R): TravelManagers’ Jackie Sommers, Carolyn Pitt, Andrea Friend, Kate
Rosenthal (On the Go Tours), Renee Cassar (On the Go Tours), Maria Rainone, Sarah Knoll, Sharon Wright & Carolyn Ahearne.

Perth’s Subiaco played host to WA-based PTMs, who gathered at the city’s Vibe Hotel for their state meeting followed by Christmas lunch at The Storehouse Restaurant, while The Adelaide Pavilion was the location for both the state meeting and Christmas lunch attended by SA-based PTMs.

South Australian PTMs and the NPO were joined by Oceania Cruises BDM Martine Nunes & Cover-More Head of Industry Sales Nicky Moorcraft.

Karryon attended TravelManagers National Conference 2023 in Christchurch – find out more here.

Read about how this TravelManagers PTM helped stranded Cook Island athletes get to the recent Pacific Games here.

Find out more at travelmanagers.com.au