CATO Meeting & Christmas Dinner 2017 (Sydney)
HOSTED BY CATO
- 29 November 2017
MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIAN TOUR OPERATORS TO BE HELD AT THE JUSTICE & POLICE MUSEUM
Corner of Albert & Phillip Streets, Circular Quay, Sydney
WEDNESDAY, 29th NOVEMBER 2017
Followed by Dinner until 9.30pm
Agenda for Meeting & Dinner from 5.30pm sharp
Following on from our recent AGM this will be the must-attend CATO event of the year. Highlights will include:
- The Future of CATO – chairman, Dennis Bunnik will present the plan for CATO as it moves into a new era
- Experienced Travel Lawyer Andrew Wozniak from GW Legal will discuss booking terms and conditions and how they relate to the recent Scenic Tours class action.
- The Catalan Tourist Board will be a major sponsor for the evening and provide a timely update on recent developments
- Bruce Piper, Travel Daily, will provide his annual Year-In-Review as our dinner guest speaker
Our venue is the Justice & Police Museum – one of Sydney’s Living Museums. The CATO Meeting including Andrew Wozniak’s legal presentation will, very fittingly, be held in the ‘Sydney Water Police Courtroom’ with dinner to follow in the ‘Summons Room.’
As well as being a most interesting and informative evening there will also be the opportunity to network and enjoy an early Christmas drink with your industry colleagues.
** Please note if you are personally unable to attend, make every effort to send a member of your staff to attend on your behalf **
Looking forward to seeing you
Peter Baily – General Manager
Tel: 0423 261 875
Dennis Bunnik – Chairman
Tel: 0416 179 399
CATO members are specialists who work in conjunction with licensed travel agents to make the customers’ journey a better and safer experience.
To maintain the highest possible product and service standards, CATO provides a forum for members to meet regularly and exchange views.
CATO acts as a representative body for its members and is in regular contact lobbying both State and Federal Governments.