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Travel Industry Exhibition set to take off with industry supporter ATA

first_imgATAS will provide content for the seminar program, which will give accreditation to the educational component of the show.Event director, Pascal Ibrahim commented, “The exhibition is an important contributor to the professional development of the industry and the partnership with ATAS ensures we provide sessions that will really benefit visitors and exhibitors.We are passionate about helping our travel clients expand into new markets, explore new sales channels and win new customers.”Australian Federation of Travel Agents chief executive Jayson Westbury said:“ATAS is all about elevating industry standards. We have already seen over 2,500 agency locations across Australia become ATAS – travel accredited and improve their business procedures and practices in the process.Visitors experience the latest innovations in destinations, hotels, air products, cruises, tours, packages, travel technology, travel agency groups, travel recruiters, industry organisations and more.The 2015 exhibition will take place 16- 17 July 2015 at the Sydney Exhibition Centre at Glebe Island. Source = ETB News: Megan Tranlast_img read more

What an MLB source said about the Dbacks trade h

first_img What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke The selection of Cam Newton early in the draft Thursday could effect the Cardinals greatly, even if he ends up in a Panthers uniform. With the combination of labor uncertainty and the Panthers holding their plans for the first overall pick so closely, this is one of the murkiest drafts to project in the history of the NFL. All this speculation leaves the Cardinals in a precarious position with almost no idea how the top-four will shake out before they are on the clock. “I think everybody kind of figures they are going to take him number one but they haven’t said anything one way or another.”But if they go with a different player, the decision could affect the Cardinals who will be forced to debate if Newton is the answer should he last to number five. On the eve of the draft, Graves is probably wishing Moon is a little bit more sure than 90 percent. 0 Comments   Share   Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Top Stories Cardinals general manager Rod Graves joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf show Wednesday and said he would want to know the Panther’s plans more than any other team ahead of the Cardinals in the draft. “I think what Carolina does will dictate what happens really throughout that first round,” Graves said.“Whether they decide to ultimately go with a quarterback or whether they go with some other position, I think it’s going to have a huge bearing on what takes place. I’d like to know if I could what they are going to do but the possibility of that is probably unlikely.”The Panthers had the league’s worst passing offense in 2010 but Newton could step in as the dynamic answer they covet after scoring 50 total touchdowns en route to a National Championship and Heisman trophy at Auburn last year. Newton’s mentor and Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon put the odds of his protege ending up in Carolina at 90 percent on the Doug and Wolf show Wednesday. “Usually at this point, a team has pretty much played their hand if there was a guy that they were going to take at that position and maybe even started negotiations with the guy this late if they really felt they were going to take that guy number one. Carolina has really played their hand close to the vest,” Moon said.last_img read more