HBAA plans committee changes

The Hotel Booking Agents Association is planning changes that include a shake up of its committees.

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Talks are underway at the HBAA to implement committee changes in July, following its CEO dinner last week.

Zibrant managing director - operations Chris Parnham is up for election to chair of the members and partners committee, and full sign off is expected at a meeting next week. The committee meeting is then being held on 6 July at Chelsea Football Club.

He explained: "The HBAA has moved on a lot and I hope in the next two to three years I can push it on more."

HBAA representative Carolyn Peers said there were some 'changes afoot', but added they were yet to be finalised following next week's meeting.

A management committee meeting and an executive committee meeting are also being held at Chelsea Football Club on 6 July.

At the members and partners committee meeting, a networking lunch will be followed by an update from HBAA chairman Stephen Usher, along with partner chair Gareth Warnock and executive director Peter Ducker.

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