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WORLD FIRST: This start-up just joined CATO

Tripfuser is shaking things up this week, announcing it has joined CATO’s Associate Member ranks in its mission to support the Australian Travel Industry.

See also: Tripfuser CEO: “Disruption and evolution in the industry are necessary”

Tripfuser, a travel marketplace for multi-day private tailored travel, connects Retail Travel Agents and Tour Operators with local in-destination agents (Local Operators, DMCs, Ground Handlers) in its end to end platform to design and book the perfect private tailored trip for their clients.

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“Tripfuser is committed to supporting the Australian Travel Industry and see joining CATO as an important step in helping us achieve this,” Matt Beard, Founder and CEO of Tripfuser said.

“Tripfuser is a complimentary service that can assist the industry in designing and booking multi-day tailored travel solutions. It’s free to use with no lock-in contracts.

“We see our future as an active participant and partner to the Australian Travel Industry and want to complement the activities of the CATO members to help them grow their businesses.”

CATO managing director, Brett Jardine said the organisation is constantly looking for new ways to help support its members and the Australian Travel Industry.

“As a two-sided marketplace, Tripfuser is a new innovative way of connecting our members and providing a service to give easy access to local insight, new content and tailored travel experiences,” Jardine said.

“CATO is pleased to welcome Tripfuser as our newest associate member.”

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