ACTE forges business links

ACTE forges business links
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Travel buyers, airlines, hoteliers and corporate travel agents gathered at Ananas Brasserie in The Rocks in Sydney for the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) networking reception.

ACTE regional director Andrew Kelly said the event provided an "important informal opportunity for relationships to be forged or strengthened".

Accor, Virgin Australia, China Southern, HRG, BCD, Carlson Wagonlit, Four Seasons and Hyatt were among the suppliers at the reception.

Pictured is, from left: Lucy Rawcliffe, Mantra; Karina Batnes, BCD Travel and Christine Bailey, Concierge Travel.

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