Events

FIVE TICKETS LEFT! The Women in Travel Awards kick off tonight

This is your final warning, folks: our Women in Travel Awards are TONIGHT!

We’ve only got a few tickets left to the event, so if you haven’t already got your hands on one, then it’s time to get a move on! Click here to secure your spot.

Not to mention, one of our lovely sponsors Uber for Business is offering guests of the Women in Travel Awards $20 off their Uber ride valid until Sunday 23 June 2019! Be sure to check the email you registered your ticket with to receive your $20 Uber Voucher on the day.

Congratulations again to those who have been shortlisted! Be sure to share the announcement with your networks.

We’d also like to thank everyone for all the hard work you put into your entries. Our judges had a very challenging task whittling down the finalists. If you didn’t make the list, we’d still love to celebrate with you on the night and we certainly look forward to receiving your entry in 2020!

Here are some important details for the night:

Awards night: Thursday 20 June 2019 at Doltone House – Hyde Park
Dress: Cocktail
Arrivals: 6:30pm
Ceremony: 7:30pm start
Finalists: All those wishing to attend are required to purchase a ticket, including finalists.

Thanks again to all our wonderful sponsors:

WIT Awards 2019 sponsor block

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