EXO Travel, Asia’s leading Destination Management Company, currently operates 25 wholly owned offices across Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, China, Malaysia and Singapore. Due to continued growth, we are looking for a highly motivated Sales Manager to develop new business and support existing clients across Australia and New Zealand. Reporting to the Head Office in Bangkok and working in conjunction with the National Sales Manager, the successful candidate is required to promote all company business units including Leisure, MICE, Luxury and Adventure travel. You should have a real passion for travel, particularly in Asia, a strong sales background preferably in the travel industry, excellent business acumen and be highly self-motivated. Remuneration will be in accordance with experience. This is a key position within a dynamic travel company with significant expansion plans and a fun and professional company culture. Please send CV and application to email@example.com Accepting applications from either Sydney or Melbourne. The post Sales Manager – Australia & New Zealand appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...Read More
North Sydney, Salary to $120k + super Corporate catering & professional services organisation looking to expand across Australasia. Looking for a BDM to research & identify prospective clients & develop relationships with key stakeholders. Experience & industry contacts required. Call Peter or click here twitter: @inplacejobs www.inplacerecruitment.com.au Call 02 9278 5100 1300 inPlace (1300 467 522) The post Commercial BDM/Sales Manager appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...Read More
Sydney CBD, Salary to $50k + super + bonus Experience in a travel support role required We are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated Sales &Marketing Coordinator to support the Sales & Marketing team. Our client is a niche travel wholesaler specialising in Croatia, Russia, Sri Lanka among other unique areas. As well as administrative support, your role will include maintaining sales figures, creating flyers & sales collateral, coordinating events & supporting the on-road BDM’s. Call Susan or click here Twitter: @inplacejobs www.inplacerecruitment.com.au Call 02 9278 5100 or 1300 inPlace (1300 467 522) The post Sales & Marketing Coordinator appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...Read More
FROM AFTA’s chief executive, Jayson Westbury – “Ouch” says the ceo of Red Balloon for the fines of $40,000 for not applying the new surcharging rules correctly. I think this is a real reminder to all in the travel industry that the ACCC and the Government are serious about these new laws and I encourage all travel agency owners and more broadly travel businesses who are applying card surcharges to really know what they are doing. Curiously, the new AICS scheme set up to ensure that travel agencies can include the fees applied is well and truly set to help, but at the end of the day the burden of these changes rests with the business owner. If you need help, please make contact with AFTA — we are set and ready to do this. I have said many times, the fines will hurt. On a less stressful topic, fantastic news about the outbound Australian movements to China being up some 15% for the year and on track to keep doing better. Perhaps Australians are seeing China as a fantastic destination to try and AFTA has continued to support the China Tourism industry in these endeavours. While off a higher base, it is interesting to note that the growth rate from China to Australia (inbound) is 12% which means that outbound is growing at a fast rate. Good on...Read More
ONE of the great legal mysteries of American airspace has been solved – it turns out there’s no law against dropping live turkeys from a plane. After careful consideration, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has confirmed to HuffPost that its rules “do not specifically prohibit dropping live animals from aircraft”, though it hastened to add “this does not mean we endorse the practice”. The issue was raised last month at the Turkey Trot festival in Yellville, Arkansas, where inexplicable tradition dictates live turkeys are thrown from a light aircraft flying at 500 feet. Outcry over the event has not swayed local officials to act on the practice, prompting unsuccessful pleas to the FAA. The post Window Seat 21 Nov 17 appeared first on Travel Daily. Source: Travel...Read More
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- Ahead of Thanksgiving in the US this week, tourism representative Gate 7 gathered the travel industry together as a thank you and to mark a successful year for the firm.
- Travellers Choice welcomed a record crowd for its 40th anniversary conference in Perth on the weekend, with more than 160 travel agents uniting around a theme of “20/20 Vision”.