The heart of Australia is to star as this years backdrop for Travelscene American Express highly successful National Consultants Conference (NCC) with the spotlight again on the magic of all things travel.
Travelscene American Express General Manager David Padman today confirmed strong Member support for the 2012 NCC as he unveiled the official conference logo for the 25-26 August event being held in Alice Springs.
The NCC is a tailored platform for new and experienced consultants to share their passion for our industry, along with their knowledge and experienceand our 2012 NCC continues our focus on providing all consultants with additional skills, important product knowledge and a renewed sense of excitement for the magic of travel, Mr Padman said.
From Priscilla, Queen of the Desertto a spectacular I?Australia Bash under the stars with Shannon Noll and our Mbantua1 Meeting Place, our 2012 NCC will be a celebration of Travelscene American Express and our Members, and the fabulous support we receive from our preferred suppliers and business partners.
In addition to the networking and celebrations, the NCC programme is jam packed with content to give our Consultants the advantage, right across the many specialisations.
As one of the signature events in the Stay Connected program, the NCC brings together Australias top consultants, preferred partners, industry experts, business experts and inspirational speakers as wellas a comprehensive programme of pre- and post- tours.
Central to the celebrations is the recognition of Travelscene American Express top consultants. Mr Padman will release the finalists in the Quantum Consultant Award, the Rising Star of the Year Award and the Consultant of the Year Award on 2 August 2012.
Steve Jacobs will reprise his role as MC while James Cas Castrisson and Justin Jonesy Jones are back as Keynote Speakers to celebrate Travelscene American Express Gold Sponsorship of their record-breaking 88-day unsupported trek to the South Pole and back.
The NCC is being held at the Alice Springs Convention Centre.
1 Mbantua (pronounced M-barn-tua) is from the dialect of the local Arrernte people of Central Australia and means coming together
Source = Travelscene American Express