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Travel DAZE is back for 2022 and we’re on the hunt for stellar speakers to join our all-star cast!

It’s time for the travel industry to come together and learn how to thrive in a post-COVID world.

Travel DAZE is back for 2022 and this time, we have the absolute thrill of hosting you all in person!

After two wildly successful virtual events in 2020 and 2021, featuring the likes of Jane Goodall, Graham “Skroo” Turner, Dr Norman Swan and loads more, we’re getting ready to put on an even bigger and better face-to-face event in June this year.

Travel DAZE is Australia’s most influential forum for the travel industry.

Bringing together travel and business experts from around the globe and Australia, Travel DAZE focuses on the challenges that face marketers, business leaders, travel agents and senior management in today’s fast-evolving leisure and corporate travel landscape in rapid 15-20 minute talks.

Travel DAZE is Australia’s first TED for travel forum and is a must-attend event for retailers, marketers, senior management and sales teams to prepare for the future of travel technology, creativity, marketing and retail.

More details on this year’s event will be announced shortly, but for now, we’re on the hunt for stellar speakers from across the industry and beyond.

If you know someone (or ARE someone) with something important to say, we want to hear from you!

We’re looking for industry leaders, experts and thrilling speakers to provide insights, advice and entertaining anecdotes (not 100 per cent necessary, but we do love to have a giggle) to a live audience of travel industry folk that will help guide the industry’s reemergence from the trials and tribulations of these past two years.

All suggestions are welcome, so drop us an email at nancy@themisfits.media or alexandra@travelweekly.com.au

We can’t wait to hear from you!



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