One of the key industry bodies to have provided input for the report was the Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC).
What does ATEC stand for?
ATEC stands for Australian Tourism Export Council
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 47 other meanings of ATEC in our Acronym Attic
- Anti Terror Elite Clan (gaming)
- Antiterrorism Executive Committee (US Army)
- Army Technical Evaluation Council
- Army Test and Evaluation Command (US Army; formerly OPTEC, Operational Test & Evaluation Command)
- Asociación Talamanqueña de Ecoturismo y Conservación (Spanish: Talamancan Association of Ecotourism and Conservation; Costa Rica)
- Assistive Tech Educational Consulting (Kamloops, BC, Canada)
- Assistive Technology Exchange Center
- Association des Thésards et Etudiants en Catalyse (French chemistry student association)
- Association of Teachers of Exceptional Children
- Atmospheric Technology, Inc. (Calabasas, CA)
- Authorized Technical Education Center (Microsoft)
- Authorized Training and Education Center
- Automated Technical Control
- Automatic Test Control
- Aviation Technician Education Council
- Asian Tobacco Education and Cancer Awareness Research
- Army TRI-TAC Equipment Configuration Control Board
- Anti-Thrombogenic Endothelial Cell Defense
- Advanced Technologies Academy
- Alliance for Assistive Technology, Education and Community Health (New Hampshire)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) boss Felicia Mariani says while the charge will now increase by $8 to $55 for every departing visitor, it will no longer be indexed to inflation.
amp;nbsp; The Australian Tourism Export Council has called on Australian banks for more help on the struggling tourism industry as industry operators revealed that they had resorted to raiding their savings and contingency funds in order to survive the worst of the global financial crisis.
One report by the Australian Tourism Export Council suggested Australia should court wealthy people from Asia, the Middle East and US wanting anything from cardiac surgery or IVF to a facelift.
However, Australian Tourism Export Council managing director said it was not all doom and gloom.
Matt Hingerty, managing director of the Australian Tourism Export Council, said the "Australia" campaign was perfectly pitched for the times given that people wanted to escape the ruck and turmoil of the global crisis.