Corporate travel community gets networking

Corporate travel community gets networking
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The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) staged its latest networking event last week with 170 corporate and travel industry partners gathering at the Park Royal Darling Harbour.

ACTE Australia regional director, Andrew Kelly,declared the event a huge success.

"It was a great opportunity for members of our corporate travel community to forge and strengthen their network and share challenges and solutions," he said.

The ACTE's next event will be the Corporate Travel Education Conference at the Sheraton of the Park on December 5 and 6.

From left: Beanca Daluz, China Southern Airlines; Andrew Kelly, ACTE; Rita Perivolarys, Ernst and Young; Philip Hand, Commonwealth Bank and Aileen London, Oracle.

Stephanie Cheung, ACTE; Siew Kee, AMWU and Rajesh Shah, Sydney Trains

ACTE's Andrew Kelly thanks the 170 attendees and industry partners at the networking event.

Fernando DeSilva, United Airlines; Vesna Pandza, Finnair; Andrew Kelly, ACTE; Sanna Ruuskanen, Finnair and Warren Bird, Malaysia Airlines.

Andrew Kelly, ACTE; Irene Chia, PARKROYAL Darling Harbour; Matthew Holmes, Leighton Contractors; Michelle Thompson, SAP and Robert Gray, PARKROYAL Darling Harbour.

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