November 19, 2020

Hvar UHPA’s domestic destination in 2019

first_imgAfter Crikvenica, in 2019 Hvar will be the home destination of UHPA.Recognizing the intensive development and exceptional results and growth of tourist indicators of the destination, as evidenced by this year’s celebration of 150 years of organized tourism, Hvar will be signed as a recommended domestic destination by UHPA in all communication and promotional channels of the association to contribute to even better positioning. recognizability and promotion of the destination through strengthening the tourism sector, point out the UHPA.The official signing of the Marketing Cooperation Agreement with the city of Hvar will take place on Monday, December 10, 2018, in Zagreb,UHPA Days in 2019 will be held in VinkovciUHPA Days is an annual meeting organized by UHPA, the largest national professional association of travel agencies, bringing together more than 150 participants, travel agencies – UHPA members, representatives of the Ministry of Tourism, Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Croatian National Tourist Board, tourism professional associations and other Croatian stakeholders. tourism sector.This is a great opportunity for the whole of Slavonia to present its tourist offer to travel agencies and meet agents and representatives of travel agencies directly on the spot. Thus, 2019 will certainly be a great positive turning point for Slavonia, since the UHPA Days and the Days of Croatian Tourism (Vinkovci, Osijek) will be held in Slavonia.RELATED NEWS:IT’S OFFICIAL! UHPA DAYS 2019 WILL BE HELD IN VINKOVCIlast_img read more

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Syracuse defeats No. 35 Princeton in consolation bracket final after falling behind early

first_img Published on January 25, 2015 at 5:09 pm Despite falling behind early, No. 57 Syracuse (3-1) defeated No. 35 Princeton (0-2), 4-3, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Sunday in the loser’s bracket final of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Kickoff Weekend.The final set of the match pitted Syracuse’s Valeria Salazar against Princeton’s Amanda Muliawan with the two teams tied at three.The set raged on as the match passed the four-and-a-half hour mark. In the first set, a 6-4 Salazar win put her up, but she dropped the next set 3-6. After gaining a 4-1 advantage in the last set, Salazar found herself clutching to a slim, 5-4 lead. She fell to 5-6, but clawed back to even the last set at six. Salazar won the next point and subsequently the set 7-6.The beginning of the singles portion was unkind to the Orange, forcing them into a deep early hole. Freshman Nicole Mitchell fell in short order, 0-6, 2-6 to Katrine Steffensen, putting the Orange in a 0-2 deficit in a race to four points.Safdar overcame a first-game tiebreak to beat Tang 7-5 and 6-3 to take the set and the Orange’s first point. Sophomore Rhiann Newborn tied the affair for SU when she triumphed over Alanna Wolff  6-1 and 7-6.SU’s Breanna Bachini put the Orange on the cusp of capturing the match with a 1-6, 6-4, 6-1 come-from-behind victory over Caroline Joyce, but Princeton’s Lindsay Graff staved off elimination for her team with a 7-5 and 6-4 defeat of Amanda Rodgers to extend the match.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the doubles matches, Mitchell and sophomore Olivia Messineo were dispatched quickly by the Tiger tandem of Wolff and Emily Hahn, 6-1. Rodgers and Newborn were downed 6-2 by Princeton pair Graff and Steffensen.Syracuse’s tandem of the sophomore Salazar and senior Komal Safdar were losing 3-4 to Muliawan and Dorothy Tang when the set was stopped.The Orange holds its home opener next Saturday, Jan. 31, at noon in the Drumlins Tennis Center.Compiled by Sam Fortier, staff writer, sjfortie@syr.edu Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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CTM delivers record fullyear profit

first_imgCorporate Travel Management today reported a record full-year profit and dividend after a significant increase in top-line growth.CTM reported revenues and other income increased 79% to $197.9m on Total Transaction Value of $2,656m (up 92%), driven by the integration of international acquisitions and organic growth in all markets.CTM has upgraded full-year guidance to an Underlying NPAT in the range of $61.3m-$63.8m, an increase of 25-30%.CTM Managing Director Jamie Pherous said the results demonstrated the company’s business model and strategic investment decisions were working.“These results support the strategy we have taken to integration globally, adding value to our business by ensuring we focus on integrating technology and business culture,” Mr Pherous said.“They reflect the efforts of our award-winning team to win and retain clients, including global businesses who have recognised our international capabilities.”“We have continued to expand through increasing market share, with organic growth contributing to more than half of our top-line growth.In Australia and New Zealand, underlying EBITDA grew 19.5% to $25.7m on a 13.7% organic increase in TTV, underpinned by internal productivity gains.In Asia, underlying EBITDA grew 200%, outperforming all market competitors with 39.4% organic growth.The North American region delivered a 79.3% increase in EBITDA to $9.5m, supported by 17.3% organic growth.European acquisition Chambers Travel Group’s contribution to the group is already delivering results, with a 13.2% increase in revenue to $17.2m.The European expansion to CTM’s global network has delivered two globally significant clients in the past six months.Mr Pherous said the global network was opening up new client opportunities while delivering the supplier and efficiency benefits of scale.“We now have more than 100 clients with a presence in multiple countries who, along with other potential clients, are clearly telling us our ability to provide local expertise in all markets is incredibly important to them.“We are seeing the benefits of integrating outstanding businesses and people into the CTM group, providing a robust platform for servicing our clients and continued growth.”The CTM Board has declared a final fully franked dividend of 10.0 cents per share to be paid on October 9, 2015.Source = Corporate Travel Managementlast_img read more

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