Intrepid takes 40 per cent slice of Aussie travel company
by Huntley Mitchell
The sustainably-focused wholesaler has diversified its business model by backing an Australian-based travel company. Find out which one here.
Intrepid more than doubles number of female tour leaders six months ahead of schedule
We are still buzzing from Mehalah Beckett’s inspiring keynote at our Women in Travel Awards last night! Here are a few takeaways in case you missed it.
“Unconscious bias needs to be addressed”: Intrepid CEO James Thornton on gender equality in the industry
We chat to Intrepid’s boss about the gender equality challenges still facing the travel industry, and how the tour operator is playing its part in overcoming them.
Agent wrap: Globus’ agent Supertour wraps up, Helloworld’s huge famil + more
This week’s agent wrap has left Travel Weekly’s editor looking like The Incredible Hulk, such is his jealousy of all these mega famils and ‘supertours’.
Flavour of the Week: Show Group names new GM, Intrepid appoints personal growth manager + more!
In this edition of Flavour of the Week, we’re offering a double dose of Neapolitan, with six scoops from the industry. And by scoops, we mean press releases.
EXCLUSIVE: Intrepid expands board for first time since 2015 with two new directors
Travel Weekly is branding this story as an EXCLUSIVE. That is, until our rivals catch wind of the news and publish something on it.
Meet Intrepid’s Leigh Barnes, one of our fabulous Travel DAZE speakers!
Take a look at one of our amazing Travel DAZE speakers for 2018, Intrepid’s Leigh Barnes! He loves a dance-off and hates pineapple on pizza. Ok, we made up that last part.
Midweek Interview with Intrepid Travel’s Lucy Piper
This week, we stole Intrepid’s head of creative away to a remote sandy beach for an interview. Fine, she provided the photo herself.
Watch: Intrepid launches inaugural Adventure Travel Index
Fancy a movie on hump day? Look no further folks! Although to waste the whole day you’ll have to watch it on repeat.
Intrepid CEO James Thornton: “If tourism isn’t sustainable, it won’t continue”
by Ali Coulton
James Thornton tackles overtourism in this exclusive interview. Meanwhile, the only thing we’re tackling is an obscene amount of caffeine and a maybe our boss if he gives us any lip.
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