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  • Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014 - 1 of 7

    Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014

    Members of Hawaii's tourism community gathered at the Sheraton Waikiki to attend the 19th annual Travel Weekly Hawaii Leadership Forum earlier this month. Travel advisers, tour operator and airline executives, Hawaiian destination marketers and cultural experts as well as technology experts and a futurist came to the dais to share insights to help grow tourism to the islands. Pictured here, ASTA CEO Zane Kerby, left, was interviewed by Arnie Weissmann, editor in chief of Travel Weekly, about a travel adviser's place in the retail marketplace.

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    Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014

    From left, John Caldwell, president of MLT Vacations; David Hu, president of Classic Vacations; Arnie Weissmann, editor in chief of Travel Weekly; Mark Noennig, vice president and general manager of Apple Vacations; Jack Richards, CEO of Pleasant Holidays; Duncan Kennedy of Accenture; and Ray Snisky, executive vice president of Mark Travel Corp., just after their discussion on how reservation technology affects everything from a wholesaler's ability to package products to an agent's ability to sell more effectively.

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    Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014

    Jennifer Wayland of Island Travel Group, Alan Hale of Fairways Golf Vacations and GolfThere.com, Kate Rosevear of Travel Leaders and Marc Kazlauskas of Frosch discussed how they qualify and sell Hawaii to their clients. At right is moderator Karen Hughes, vice president of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau.

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    Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014

    Kelly Sanders, area managing director of Waikiki for Starwood Hotels and Resorts, welcomed more than 200 attendees to the Sheraton Waikiki, host of the conference.

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    Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014

    Terryl Venci of the Maui Visitors Bureau, Amy Terada of Pleasant Holidays, John Monahan of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau and Mike McCarthy of the Hawaii Tourism Authority.

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    Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014

    Vic Kerckhoff, director of leisure sales for United Airlines; Elizabeth Churchill, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Aqua Hospitality; Bruce Shulman, Travel Weekly publisher; and Ray Snisky.

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    Island insights at Hawaii Leadership Forum 2014

    University of Hawaii professor Aaron Sala opened the conference by discussing the importance of "aloha" from a cultural and personal perspective. Photos by Dave Miyamoto/Dave Miyamoto & Co. Photography

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