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Limited spots remain for Travel DAZE 2021! Have you secured yours?

Buckle up, because the travel industry’s most thought-provoking conference will be coming to a computer screen near you from Monday, with a kick-arse speaker line-up to boot!

Presented by Tourism Australia and produced by Travel Weekly, Travel DAZE 2021 will take place from Monday 12 July to Friday 16 July 2021, with sessions on each of these days at 10am, midday and 2pm (AEST). Each session will run for approximately 30 to 60 minutes.

And the best part? It’s FREE to attend!

However, we wouldn’t want anyone to miss out, as spaces are limited, so save the dates and register now HERE to secure your place!

Travel DAZE 2021 will bring together some of the best minds from within the travel industry, along with external experts, to foster the reboot of travel and tourism.

The industry’s rebirth must come from innovation for a lasting and healthy rebound. The time has come to adapt, adopt unconventional ideas, ground-breaking technology, marketing prowess and a willingness for change. What will a reboot involve? How will the travel industry’s pause turn into a creative renewal?

Travel DAZE 2021 will explore what tangible steps business owners, travel agents, tour operators, marketers and communications specialists can take toward rebuilding a sustainable and profitable future.

We’ll be revealing the full agenda tomorrow, but in the meantime, check out our huge line-up of speakers for Travel DAZE 2021 below:

Kudos to all of this year’s wonderful sponsors for Travel DAZE. We simply couldn’t be putting on such a grand event without you!

 


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