Team work is key on campus

Hayes, Tara
December 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;12/15/2007, Issue 31, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the success of STA Travel, a campus-based travel agency at Macquarie University in Sydney, New South Wales. The team had generated an increase in revenue from $300,000 to $900,000 from 2004-2005 and in 2004 it has acquired a total revenue of $620,000. Jake Chiem, store manager of STA believes that their success is behind the team work of the group. STA has been arranging trips and travels as well as accepts booking from international students in the University.


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