Qatar Tourism Major Sponsor for Travel Industry Christmas Lunch

The Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) announced Qatar Tourism as the Platinum Sponsor of the “2022 CATO Industry Christmas Lunch” taking place on December 8 in Sydney.

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 08 November 2022
Qatar Tourism Major Sponsor for Travel Industry Christmas Lunch

On Thursday, December 8, the well-attended event will be placed at the Ivy Ballroom, one of Sydney's most famous event venues. All members of the travel industry are welcome to attend.

“Qatar Tourism is delighted to be the platinum sponsor of the CATO industry Christmas lunch. We see CATO and its members as key partners in helping us promote Qatar to the Australian traveling public”, said Qatar Tourism regional sales director Richard Styles.

Qatar Tourism Major Sponsor for Travel Industry Christmas Lunch

CATO Managing Director Brett Jardine said, “The CATO Christmas Lunch is now firmly on the travel industry calendar as the must-attend event in Sydney, and with more than 250 tickets sold, we anticipate an audience of well over 300.”

“As we emerge from COVID, the pent-up demand for outbound land-based leisure travel is significant, and we are excited to have Qatar Tourism supporting this iconic event and the opportunity to showcase this wonderful destination.”

Individual tickets are $165 or $1,650 for a table of 10.

Tickets are now available here.

About CATO

Qatar Tourism Major Sponsor for Travel Industry Christmas Lunch

The Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) is a trade association representing the domestic and outbound land-supply sector of the Australian travel industry. Full Members are tour operators and wholesalers whilst Associate Members consist of tourist offices and travel-related product and service providers.

Membership in CATO is a hallmark of competence and integrity for tour operators and wholesalers that supply travel products for Australians traveling all over the world.

CATO Full Members
Include Tour Operators and Travel Wholesalers that are participants in the CATO Accreditation scheme and must adhere to the CATO Member Code of Conduct.

Members support the distribution of products and services via retail travel agents and consumers direct through the production of printed brochures and electronic distribution.

CATO Associate Members
Include travel industry product and service providers, tourist offices, and industry professionals

The CATO Advantage
To assist in maintaining the highest possible product and service standards, CATO provides a forum for members to present their views and convenes regular meetings where members are updated on current issues and are able to raise subjects of mutual interest.

CATO acts as a representative body for its members and is in regular contact with lobbying both State and Federal Governments regarding issues directly related to the well-being of the land-supply sector.

CATO has established a Code of Ethics for members to consider in their dealings with the public, travel agents, carriers, other principals, and fellow members.

CATO membership is a symbol of integrity and commitment. Our members are specialists who work in conjunction with licensed travel agents to make the customers’ journey, no matter how big or small, a better and safer experience.

The Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) was formed and incorporated as an independent association in September 1999.

Prior to the CATO incorporation, Tour Operators were associated with the Australian Council of Tour Wholesalers (ACTW) which was a division of the Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA).

CATO’s independence coincided with the restructuring of AFTA in September 1999.

While Tour Operators and Wholesalers have a professional affiliation with Retail Travel Agents, their independence allows CATO to focus squarely on the specific issues related to them and their particular network. Today CATO is an industry hallmark and will continue to strive toward its goals.

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