Traveling on a Budget

September 2011
Forbes Asia;Sep2011, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p38
The article focuses on the hotel-booking website located at Wotif.Com and his founder and technology entrepreneur Graeme Wood. It states that Wood had developed Wotif into biggest online accommodation site in Australia. Further it mentions that Wood flick the pass to Robbie Cooke, as new chief executive officer of the site, who has worked as a lawyer in a private firm, then in oil and gas company.


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