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Media invited to attend Travel DAZE – Sept 3 Sydney

A limited number of bonafide travel journalists and freelancers are invited to attend Travel DAZE on September 3 at Sydney’s Belvoir St Theatre.

Travel DAZE is Australia’s only TED-style conference for travel, focusing on the challenges that face marketers, business leaders, travel agents and senior management in today’s rapidly evolving leisure and corporate travel landscape in rapid-paced 18-minute talks. Which means in only one short day, you’ll learn a hell of a lot.

With a specific focus on marketing, strategy, digital, creative, technology and retail, this year’s overarching theme is: Kick Arse.

You got competitors? This event will help you kick their arse.

Mystified by tech? Travel DAZE will tell you which kick arse technology you need.

Marketing campaigns been a bit slow? Hear from the best marketers in Australia how they kicked arse and sold millions.

Wrangling with your strategic direction? Engage in niche streams with opportunities for intimate Q&A sessions with speakers who have kicked arse, big time.

Future trends keeping you up at night? This is a medical problem so talk to your doctor but if that doesn’t work, attend Travel DAZE.

Long story short, you’d have rocks in your head not to be part of this festival of Kick Arse for the travel industry. And if it’s not the best conference you’ve ever attended, then you can kick our arse… gently.

We’ve got some killer speakers lined up for you, including G Adventures founder Bruce Poon Tip, Travelzoo’s Jacqui Timmins, Intrepid’s Leigh Barnes and many, many more. Check them all out right here before promptly buying tickets to one of the best, most educational events of the year.

This is the fourth annual Travel DAZE, and we’re super excited to be in the same room as the industry’s lateral thinkers, executive go-getters and super smart marketers (that’s you).

Travel DAZE will be held on Monday 3 September 2018 at Belvoir St Theatre.

Bonafide media can contact Daisy Melwani for a ticket at daisy@travelweekly.com.au.


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