This is the place to come for all the wanderlusty, career inspo, inspiring content that’ll make you hit that “apply” button faster than we can post our next story.
Or, you could be a distant admirer who one day hopes to have a career in travel, or already be in a role in one of FCTG’s brands.
Whoever you are, wherever you’re from: welcome.
Some 70% of the workforce at Flight Centre Travel group is female. That’s some serious girl power. The career path, support network and goals of every person is unique, so to celebrate International Women’s Day, we’ve asked a bunch of women from around the company to share a bit about their career journey so far, why they work where they do, and what advice they’ve found most powerful, be it for work, or life.
It’s not what you know, it’s… well, you know the rest. We’ve all heard it a million times. It’s who you know that opens doors. And it’s who you know that advances your career.
Having a range of skills to complement your technical expertise is critical for user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) designers. In our profession, we build fast designs (I am talking pen and paper wireframes), gather feedback from stakeholders (customers, business and technical), break the design and then start again. Managing this whole process takes a broad skill-set.
Making the leap into a successful marketing career is exciting, but not without its challenges. We spoke to Cameron Robert, Marketing Automation Manager, about his journey from customer service to marketing, and how he grew his career at Flight Centre.
In today’s digital age, what it takes to be considered a great marketer has changed. While the fundamentals of marketing are the same, we now have an array of tools and technology at our disposal to help with the process of planning, executing and reporting our strategies and campaigns.