July 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;7/21/2006, Special section p23
Trade Publication
Career developments involving travel agents are discussed. Orient Express Travel Group in Melbourne, Victoria has named Denise Dodd as the company's product development manager. Dan Kotzmann was appointed by Croydon Travel to be the general manager of the firm. Zuji has chosen Dean Wicks as marketing manager.


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