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Qantas extends business incentives with partnership

Staff reporter
22 November 2017 1 minute readShare
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The Qantas Business Rewards program is continuing to expand its reach, after partnering with a professional services body to offer perks to members.

Just weeks after supporting SME owners and operators at the Optus My Business Awards 2017, Qantas Business Rewards has announced a partnership with the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA), with the aim of incentivising members when they attend major IPA events, participate in online CPD or automatically renew their membership.

Australian business owners with an ABN are also entitled to join the rewards program at no cost, according to Qantas.

Points can then be used to book Qantas flights, pay for upgrades, or make purchases from the Qantas Store.

“I hope that members can redeem points for something they wish to purchase or towards flights, whether they be for business or pleasure purposes,” said IPA chief executive Andrew Conway.

“We see this as a very good fit for the IPA and our members.”


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