Women in Travel Sold Out, Just about!!

Women in Travel Sold Out, Just about!!

We aren’t kidding when we say we’ve had to increase the number of tickets on offer to the inaugural Women in Travel Awards.

We’re chuffed, but also keenly aware that some may be left disappointed if they don’t hop to it and nab their golden ticket now. BUY TICKETS NOW

The Cocktail event is open to all, and we encourage men to also attend – after all, they’ll be rubbing shoulders with the most prominent women in the industry!

Commencing at 6pm, the evening then progresses into a free seated area between 7-8pm for the awards ceremony, before more cocktails and canapes are served!

You may have also heard the Former NSW Premier, and only female to hold the title, Kristina Keneally will be headlining the Women in Travel Awards.

Keneally is also an ambassador for micro financing organisation Opportunity International working with women across Asia. We are proud to be donating to this cause with proceeds from the event.

It’s bound to be an engaging address from a political operator who once worked with a politician who called her “Bambi”.

Tickets to Women in Travel Awards are on sale now – or until sold out. BUY TICKETS NOW!

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