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TRAVEL DAZE 2022: More speakers and topics revealed!

It’s time to reveal another killer drop of speakers for Travel DAZE 2022, and we’re raising our voice for the women of the industry.

We’ve got a special ladies only speaker announcement for you today, plus, we’ll reveal a few of the topics our all-star cast will be covering on the day!

Without further ado, allow us to reveal a few more of the great minds you’ll hear from at Travel DAZE 2022:

Leanne Harwood, IHG supremo & accommodation sector stalwart

Christina Aventi, chief of strategy BMF & Gruen gun

Roslyn Ranse, cheerleader & mentor to travel agents across the globe

Thomasine Burnap, all-round powerhouse & travel wizz

Ali Coulton, Travel Weekly’s illustrious editor and industry oracle

Nancy Hromin, The Misfits Media Company’s dynamite director & Travel Weekly’s super savvy head of strategy

Chomping at the bit to find out what our incredible panellists will be discussing at Travel DAZE?

Well, wait no longer because our line-up of the best and brightest minds can’t wait to captivate your attention and enthral you.

We’ve got 15 incredible sessions, each as fascinating as the last, with two panels, a few Q & A’s, plus traditional Indigenous dancers to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Learn about the health benefits of travelling from Australia’s favourite Dr Karl, discover the importance of meaningful travel with Bruce Poon-Tip, and learn how to make a spectacular comeback with Roslyn Ranse.

Travel DAZE is Travel Weekly’s home-grown remedy for the biggest challenges facing travel, bringing together great minds from across the globe to share ideas and challenge the status quo.

As the travel reboot steps up a gear, the importance of coming together and learning how we can make the future of travel sustainable is more important than ever.

Join us on 9 June 2022 at the iconic Palace Chauvel Cinema and together, we can rebuild better and stronger than ever.

To find out more, and get your ticket, go HERE.



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