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Travel Counsellors conference to kick off in June! Here’s what to expect

Get ready folks, because the Travel Counsellors conference is kicking off in mere months!

This year’s festivities will be taking place at the Pullman in Adelaide from 14 to 16 June, and will attract delegates from around Australia as well as the company’s international team.

Travel Counsellors business owners, their partners, business leaders, the support team and supplier partners colleagues will come together to reconnect and celebrate.

“Travel Counsellors Australia has had a fantastic year, and I am really looking forward to celebrating that with our Travel Counsellors,” regional managing director Kaylene Shuttlewood said.

“TCX is all about the Travel Counsellor and we are committed to delivering a truly outstanding event. Our enthusiastic conference team are working hard on an exciting program of events, speakers and entertainment.”

Themed TCX, this conference is dedicated to the Travel Counsellors Experience! Over two days, the CEO, managing director, senior leaders and guest speakers will deliver presentations to inform, motivate and inspire the audience in building their businesses and careers as part of the company.

The weekend will also provide delegates the opportunity to learn from valuable workshops, network with our valued supplier partners at the Pow Wow and of course, enjoy the wonderful evening events including the Gala Awards dinner.

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