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Get the gang together: Buy two Travel DAZE tickets and get one free!

We’ve come up with a nice little deal for our Travel DAZE tickets, which means your whole squad can come along!

If you buy two tickets to the only TED Talks for travel, you’ll get one for FREE!

Plus, early bird tickets are still on sale so there’s no better time to buy than right NOW.

Travel DAZE keeps it interesting: no sales pitches, no death-by-PowerPoint – just rapid-fire 15-minute talks by smart folks. Or we unleash the T-Rex.

We’ve lined up some top-notch speakers for the event on Wednesday 28 August at the NSW Teachers Federation in Sydney, which you can check out here.

This year, Travel DAZE will tackle sustainability, but we’re not just talking about carbon offsetting and charitable practices.

Companies must now adopt a social cause, an organisational purpose, a long-term business strategy so it remains relevant and sustainable.

Sustainability is about marketing the sustainable credentials you have, sustaining staff and using tech to sustain growth.

It’s about retail and wholesale moving away from the unsustainable race to push the lowest rate.

It’s about advances in aviation, creative ideas based on moral principles and sustaining your customer base, market share and bottom line.

Travel DAZE explores creating the most sustainable travel businesses we’ve ever seen.

To secure your spot at the travel industry’s most disruptive conference and take advantage of the early bird special of just $295 per ticket, click here.

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