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The Future of Travel according to Fiona Dalton

Fiona Dalton is the newly appointed Managing Director of Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection Australia, part of The Travel Corporation.

Oh, and she’s also a speaker at the upcoming Travel DAZE forum thingy we keep banging on about!

Fiona knows a thing or two about travel! Boasting a career in travel spanning more than two decades, Fiona was most recently Qantas Holidays and Viva! Holidays general manager sales and knows the travel and tourism supply chain inside out. A skill asset that is complemented by her strong knowledge of hotel and air distribution channels in leisure and corporate.

Prior to Uniworld and Qantas, Fiona worked with American Express Business Travel and Hamilton Island Enterprises.

What are you waiting for?

TRAVEL DAZE IS HANDS DOWN THE MOST INFLUENTIAL FORUM FOR THE AUSTRALIAN TRAVEL INDUSTRY.

It’s as simple as that.

You can BUY TICKETS here.

You can check out the entire selection of SPEAKERS here.

And for MORE INFO, click right here.

Feel free to contact Event Director Daisy Melwani for a cheeky special promo code or if you have any queries! Email daisy@travelweekly.com.au or call 0401 216 294.



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