Quest Apartment Hotels has announced a new five-year partnership with the Australasian talent mobility industry professional development body, The Employee Mobility Institute (TEMI) which delivers training, networking and educational resources for workforce management professionals.
A proud supporter of TEMI since 2012, the new partnership builds on Quest’s commitment to supporting HR and procurement professionals across the Asia-Pacific region
Quests’ focus on personalisation through popular offerings, such as pet friendly, spacious serviced apartments and singular expertise in the extended stay market, has driven sustained popularity in corporate travel, with Quest’s network of passionate local business owners supporting 80 percent of the top 500 companies with tailored accommodation solutions.
General Manager Sales & Marketing at Quest, Anthea Dimitrakopoulos said Quest was proud to continue supporting TEMI.
“TEMI does so much to elevate the understanding and recognition of the critically important work talent mobility and HR professionals have done and continue to do in this rapidly changing travel landscape,” she said.“The Quest brand has grown hand in hand with the corporate travel industry, and we value the ongoing relationships we’ve built.
“Our teams provide innovative solutions to the major barriers to talent mobility across multiple business sectors, which is what TEMI is all about. In supporting TEMI we are supporting the wider corporate travel industry, which supports the livelihoods of Quest business owners at over 130 properties across suburban, CBD and regional Australia.”
TEMI Founder, Deborah de Cerff said she was thrilled to formalise the relationship between Quest and TEMI and strengthen ties between industry and practitioners,” Ms de Cerff said.
“This new partnership will strengthen the supply chain and fund new programs and professional development initiatives for the benefit of all workforce management professionals.”