Classic Holidays sees record attendance at Resort Managers’ Conference
Classic Holidays staged its largest ever Resort Managers’ Conference at its corporate offices on the Gold Coast this month.
The gathering marked Classic’s 35th anniversary, and tackled a full programme of topics over a 4 day schedule.
“We hold these conferences every year, and this year’s was the biggest yet” said Carole Smith, Chief Operating Officer, Classic Holidays. “It is a great opportunity for all of our highly skilled Resort Managers to share their experiences, and to discuss how to meet some of the challenges all resorts are facing”.
The intensive program included such topics as sustainability and green programmes, group savings on insurance, utilities and resort supplies, workplace health and safety, service, training and government funding opportunities and how to handle the growing issue of the ageing owner base and delinquent maintenance levies.
“Each resort under Classic management has the benefit of group buying power and access to the expertise available not only at Classic, but among all the highly experienced managers within the group”, said Smith. “This conference will help every resort make huge strides forward in raising service levels, increasing efficiency and saving money”.
About Classic Holidays
Established in 1978 with Head Office operations based on the Gold Coast, Classic Holidays is Australia’s largest privately owned timeshare Resort Management Company, representing almost 50,000 member families and responsible for over 650 employees. Built on strong founding principles of honesty, respect and commitment, Classic has a reputation for excellence, providing their resorts with a comprehensive range of support services. For more information about Classic Holidays, please visit http://www.classicholidays.co.nz/. Every day, Classic Holidays welcomes new members to their innovative holiday program, Classic Escapes. To find out more, visit http://www.classicescapes.com.au.