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SkyTeam boosts support for ACTE  

Global airline alliance to welcome delegates at Miami Conference

SkyTeam, the global airline alliance spanning over 1,064 destinations in 178 countries, has increased its commitment to advance business travel education — through the Association of Corporate Travel Executives. ACTE’s newest "Chairman Circle Sponsor," SkyTeam recently joined the highest level of industry suppliers to recognize the content and value of the association’s global travel conferences and extensive international forum programs.

"SkyTeam is pleased to play a bigger role in providing more innovative and exciting educational opportunities to the business travel industry through ACTE," said Mr. Jerome D'Anglejan, SkyTeam’s Sales Director. "Our alliance brings people and ideas together, just as ACTE creates networks and opportunities for our industry to share ideas and grow."

"SkyTeam Alliance has been one of ACTE’s ongoing supporters," said Greeley Koch, the association’s executive director, "We are delighted they have increased their contribution to help launch our most ambitious conference agenda to date, plus an international educational program with 63 events in 22 countries." Koch added that SkyTeam’s insight and generosity will also contribute to developing new membership benefits too. 

SkyTeam Alliance is proud of its relationship with ACTE. Delegates to the association’s landmark conference in Miami next month (April 27-29) will be greeted by the alliance’s welcome signage at the airport. More lasting will be the benefits of the bold new educational agenda (The Four Pillars) that constitute the Miami conference, and the year-long forum program to follow, supported by SkyTeam’s commitment.

"SkyTeam’s contribution, and that of every ACTE sponsor, acknowledges a shared vision in the way we conduct business, our thorough approach to the subject matter, and our sensitivity to different cultures. It is also recognition for our support programs, like the Job Bank and ACTEcelerator," said Koch. Extremely popular with ACTE members, the Job Bank is a primary stop for industry advancement, while ACTEcelerator debuts industry innovation to members first.

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