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Midweek Interview

Life in the time of COVID-19 with Klook’s Jonathan Williams

This week, we chat with Klook’s marketing director for Australia and New Zealand about Pete Townshend, ambient anxiety and his jaunts to the South Coast.

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Wholesalers

G Adventures offers 110 per cent travel credit on suspended tours, AAT Kings drops massive discount

It’s good to know there are wholesalers out there offering flexibility for agents, and incentives for travellers to plan ahead.

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Destinations

Destination Wrap: Record-breaking sky deck opens in NYC, Win French Film Festival tickets + MORE!

Travel Weekly is committed to looking after our travel agent audience and keeping the positive vibes, so here’s a wrap that’s decidedly thin on any coronavirus news.

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Tourism

Study reveals what’s driving Aussies to travel solo

Travel Weekly’s editor only journeys alone now after his chronic flatulence problem drew the ire of fellow travellers on a recent famil.

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Technology

Klook celebrates Aussie success, outlines global expansion plans

Travel tech player Klook has marked its fifth anniversary and local success with a few drinks and a PowerPoint preso. However, it stopped short of hiring a magician and fire twirlers.

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Technology

Klook’s three-pronged approach to (responsibly) meeting modern traveller demands

by Huntley Mitchell

The demands of modern travellers are forcing travel companies to rethink how to meet them in a more responsible and sustainable way. For Klook, that means a three-fold approach.

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Events

Technology

“Tours and activities are really lagging behind”: Klook marketing boss talks tech in travel

We caught up with Klook’s ANZ marketing director (and Travel DAZE speaker), Jonathan Williams, to talk technology and sustainability in the travel industry.

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Technology

Klook set to change the way Aussies book experiences

Meanwhile, upping our morning espresso intake has changed the way we file stories. We’re now twice as fast, but the shakes have increased our typos threefold.

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