It's a woman's world

Ashwell, Emily
July 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);7/17/2009, p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses the views of travel businesswoman Rita Beckwith on women in the travel sector. City Cruises managing director and Docklands Business Club chairman Rita Beckwith told the Association of Women Travel Executives (AWTE) in London, England that it is not gender that is important in business life, but capability and character. She also said that they are in the tourism business because they have proved that they can do the job.


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