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BELS, Malta & Gozo
Philinter Education Center, Philippines
Networking dinner Moscow
On the opening evening of the ICEF Moscow Workshop 22nd March, ALTO invited its participating members and a selected group of potential new members from the Russia and CIS region for a networking dinner..
The small group was addressed by David Anthonisz who talked about membership benefits and the upcoming professional development and networking conference from 12-14 May 2013 in New York City.
ALTO Pulse Q4 resultsIn the last quarter of 2012 the number of Schools reporting growth decreased even further. With stable (29%) and declining (29%) results on the same level, 42% of participating schools had a better business quarter in 2012 compared to 2011. Agents’ results show an all time low figure, and in fact this is the first time since we have started to collect data, that agents with stable numbers (39%) have surpassed agents recording growth (38%) in Q4 2012.
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- Industry panel of prestigious educational agencies (ESL, IAE and CI)
- Round table discussions lead by Sean Hale, former President of Embassy CES
- Speed dating with potential business partners
- Networking opportunities with the leaders of our industry
- Private cruise Dinner and Party
- Hotel, meals and all the programmes included
ALTO seminar Dubai 2013
|Marcia Mattos, Head of international education at Brazil's leading education agency, Student Travel Bureau (STB), was sharing with delegates the secrets to attracting the Brazilian market, which is diverse but yields huge potential.The insightful presentation was held on the opening day of the ICEF Dubai Workshop and was well received by a 25 strong delegation of agents and schools.|
ALTO Chairman David Anthonisz on the PIE News
|"Every industry has its own association whether you’re a lawyer, a teacher or a doctor you become a member of a professional association and we can have one for study travel. We can all work together and help to develop the industry as a whole.|
And together we can help increase the size of the whole study travel industry."
Read the PIE chat article by Amy Baker