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Southern Discoveries’ Ella Spittle and Skyline Rotorua’s Rachel Leinhardt have been recognised for their contribution to New Zealand tourism at the YoungTEC awards.
Low pay and a lack of career progression were the main concerns raised by members at yesterday’s Young Tourism Export Council conference in Auckland.
Young industry professionals are converging on the Grand Millennium Auckland today for the Young Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual summit.
A raft of emerging talent from the tourism industry is competing to take out this year’s YoungTEC Excellence and Go with Tourism rising star awards.
More than 70 participants are expected to take part in the Young Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual Professional Development Programme.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s Emily Byrne and SKYCITY Entertainment Group’s Danielle Davies have won this year’s YoungTEC awards.
The Young Tourism Export Council and business development service The Icehouse have partnered to foster leadership skills in young tourism professionals.
The final national fixtures in the tourism industry calendar, the Tourism Export Council Xmas Symposium and YoungTEC Summit, will take place at the Pullman Auckland this year.
The Young Tourism Export Council is set to evolve its career path support programme after securing two grants totalling $10,000 from the Hospitality Training Trust.
Around 250 tourism industry professionals will be heading to the Hawke’s Bay next year after the region secured the Tourism Export Council Conference 2018.
Real Journey’s Tony McQuilkin has been awarded a Tourism Export Council life membership award.
Casey Brunsdon from DGLT, Kate Baxter from Ngai Tahu Tourism, Kim Cormack from Tourism NZ, and Tash Lawrence from AJ Hackett Bungy have been elected to Young TEC’s executive.
The finalists for the Young Tourism Export Council 2017 Awards have been announced and winners will be revealed at the Tourism Export Council conference awards ceremony at the Luxmore Hotel, Te Anau on Wednesday 16 August.