A touch of gold in Noosa
THE Goldman Group celebrated 35 years in the travel industry this year at its biennial conference in Noosa late last month.
A total of 120 staff and supplier partners attended and were provided with company updates, networking and professional development sessions across the three-day event.
The conference saw the company make a number of announcements, including that it would farewell its Travel Phase Brand & roll out Travelcall in Bondi Junction & Double Bay, NSW & launch in Brisbane (TD Tue).
The Cruise Centre brand will also be deployed in Sydney and Melbourne.
“The company continues to grow from strength to strength, with thanks to our committed, hardworking staff,” said Goldman Travel Group Executive Chairman Tom Goldman.
Staff longevity at The Goldman Group is something I am proud of, and I’m pleased to say that over 45% of Goldman staff have been with us for more than five years – and counting” he said.
“We could not bank on year-onyear success, without our agents and strong relationships with suppliers and clients.”
The conference also saw the introduction of a $250 wellness bonus extended to Goldman staff, to be used for health programs, yoga, nutritional initiatives and more.
Tom Goldman is pictured above with Goldman team members at a “Touch of Gold” dinner which wrapped up the conference.
Inset is Sally Cornell, Kelly Gelfand and Chloe Ogilvie from Travelcall Melbourne with Anthony Goldman.
Below: Parris Fotias, Dorchester Hotels; Lisa Borowick, Director The Goldman Group and Brent Wallace, Smartflyer Australia.