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WIT Entry countdown: ONE DAY TO GO!

EVERYBODY KEEP CALM.

There’s only one more day to enter the Women in Travel Awards for 2018!

That’s right, the entries will close tomorrow at 5pm.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

So either get your entries in, stat, or miss winning one of the 18 awards on offer in June – and we really think you should at least give yourself a chance to win (by entering, duh).

If you’re one of those well-meaning women who started their entry long, long ago and never finished it, there is literally no better time than right now to finish it!

In case you were wondering, these awards will recognise the ever-inspiring women in our industry, the ones that go above and beyond in their roles.

If you’re one of these inspirational women (and we know you are) click right here to enter now!

Or tomorrow, no biggie.

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Seriously, it’s better to enter now than very, very last minute tomorrow.

We know it can be hard to beat that procrastination, but if you don’t, you sure are gonna regret it tomorrow at 4:58pm trying to get your entry in.

If there’s a lady or two that you think deserves recognition but is unlikely to enter herself, you can also nominate people to win right here.

It doesn’t matter if they’re in aviation, cruise or even if they’re a male who’s doing some serious good for the women in the travel industry – as long as they’re working in the travel industry, they can win!

This goes for you too, BTW.

This years awards will be held on June 21 at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf.

All other info can be found on the Women in Travel website here – but to lock yourself in, grab yourself an early bird ticket right here. 

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