Midweek Interview

Midweek interview with TMS Talent’s Ed Hewitt

This week, TMS Talent’s NSW state manager told us his grand plan for fixing Brexit. Unfortunately, we forgot to turn on our voice recorder.

The challenge for the industry is…

New travel technology disruptors.

The things I like about my job…

The wins.

And the frustrations are …

Hard to format CV’s.

If I didn’t work in travel, I would be… 

A stockbroker or musician

My favourite airline is…

I had an amazing experience flying to the UK with Korean.

My proudest moment was…

Becoming a father.

The naughtiest thing I ever did was…

What goes on tour stays on tour.

I try to relax by…

Turning my phone off.

The last time I feared for my life was…

In a taxi in Nepal.

If I can, I always try to avoid…

Shopping.

I really wish I had…

A shorter flight time back home to England.

The best advice I’ve ever received was…

Know your numbers.

I don’t understand why people…

Stand up on the plane as soon as you land.

My greatest weakness is…

Not switching off.

And my greatest strength is…

My memory

If I won a $1 million lottery (aside from travelling), I would…

Be able to buy a house in Sydney close to the city!

If I was prime minister, I would…

Sort out Brexit.

If I could be someone else for one day, I would be a…

An Avenger.

I’ve always wanted to travel to…

Patagonia.

My favourite holiday was…

An overwater bungalow in Bora Bora.

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One response to “Midweek interview with TMS Talent’s Ed Hewitt”

  1. …you don’t understand why people stand up on the plane as soon as you land… heard about thrombosis???… it is a blood clot condition due to prolong sedentary position… now you understand…

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