Agents at Paradise Cove Resort, Yasawa Islands – Debbie Hodder, NZ Travel Brokers; Yvonne Wilson NZ Travel Brokers; Lisa Parker, helloworld; Eboni Lowe, Flight Centre; Heather Bint, Flight Centre; Claire Padgett, Island Travel Network; Michelle Miller, World Travellers; Charlotte Fulford, Flight Centre; Ron Montgomery, Travel Advocates; Sarah Atkinson,Tourism Fiji Agents at Paradise Cove Resort, Yasawa Islands – Debbie Hodder, NZ Travel Brokers; Yvonne Wilson NZ Travel Brokers; Lisa Parker, helloworld; Eboni Lowe, Flight Centre; Heather Bint, Flight Centre; Claire Padgett, Island Travel Network; Michelle Miller, World Travellers; Charlotte Fulford, Flight Centre; Ron Montgomery, Travel Advocates; Sarah Atkinson,Tourism Fiji

Agents return from Fiji Foray

Thirty eight agents from around New Zealand returned from Fiji yesterday as Tourism Fiji’s Matai conference and famils came to an end.

 

A total of 58 travel agents attended the Matai Conference on Sunday 10 March at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, with 38 agents staying on to attend four famils covering the Coral Coast, Mamanuca Islands, Yasawa Islands and Denarau and  surrounds. The Matai Conference itself saw 51 Fijian industry partners, from eight regions throughout Fiji, present to the agents. ‘The Matai Conference and famils are aimed at educating agents about the diverse range of experiences on offer in Fiji,’ says Sonya Lawson, Tourism Fiji regional manager New Zealand. ‘This is an excellent opportunity for our industry partners to network with front line agents who are selling Fiji on a daily basis,’ adds Lawson.

 

Tourism Fiji’s Matai Mega Famils will take place in the second half of 2019. To qualify for the famils, agents are required to complete the online Matai Programme and become Matai Specialists

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