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WARNING: Last chance to secure your spot at Travel DAZE for just $250!

If you haven’t already taken advantage of the Super Early Bird ticket offer for Travel DAZE, we strongly suggest putting your skates on now to avoid missing out.

Right now, you can BUY A TICKET FOR JUST $250. But, as the saying goes, “all good things must come to an end”, this deal is only available until Friday 5 April.

Need more convincing? Check out just some of our high-calibre speakers for the event:

TDAZE_Speaker_RafatAli TDAZE_Speaker_MichelleAllen TDAZE_Speaker_JuliaZaetta TDAZE_Speaker_JamieSweeting TDAZE_Speaker_GilesGilbert TDAZE_Speaker_andrearobinson

And that’s just a sample, the full list of who’s speaking is here.

Travel DAZE 2019 will focus on sustainability, but it’s not just about keep cups and metal straws. Talks will be centred on sustainable marketing, tech, workplace practice, retail and wholesale – the whole gamut will come under the spotlight to help your business strategies get a kick start before 2020.

Don’t be a dinosaur! Join us in Sydney on 28 August at Travel DAZE, the TED of travel.

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