FIRST CLASS

FIRST CLASS

JAMIE Pherous was a globetrotting accountant with Arthur Anderson (now Ernst & Young) when he decided to start his own travel company.

So passionate was he about forging a new career in the travel industry, he left a secure and well-paying position in 1993 to work without pay for a small travel company for three months.

CorporateTravel Management founder Jamie Pherous is the cover subject of Brisbane Business News this month after the company recorded organic growth of $100 million this financial year and released a second net profit upgrade of $8.5 million.

Also including an all-encompassing
telco and IT feature along with the latest business and property news - get your copy of the August edition at more than 500 greater Brisbane newsagents now.

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