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CATO rolls out industry-standard T&Cs for land supply sector

If COVID-19 cancellations have taught the industry anything, its the importance of terms and conditions. And that you should wear a mask and carry hand sanitiser at all times, of course.

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APT launches ‘Walking Holidays’

Do you have clients who consider themselves to be the adventurous type? Satiate their curious spirit with these new tours.

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Former Intrepid boss teams up with doco maker to launch new travel company

The new company aims to make travellers feel as though they are on shoot for a documentary, minus the camera crew. However, that’s not to say selfie sticks and GoPros are off limits.

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Australian Wildlife Adventures independent once more following Intrepid deal

Meanwhile, Travel Weekly’s roving reporter has celebrated his independence by walking home from work all by himself. Admittedly, he got some help from an Uber though.

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Why we won’t cut commissions: On The Go Tours MD

by Tara Harrison

When On The Go’s Carl Cross wanted to chat about why he values agents so highly, we jumped at the chance. That, and he promised us a free lunch.

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Beyond to Iceland

by Daisy Melwani

Beyond Travel have added Iceland to its range of Scandinavian product.

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Bench, Baker: Break-up

by Daisy Melwani

Bench International are moving its PR and marketing in-house after severing ties with longtime-PR consultancy firm, David Baker & Associates.

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Trafalgar stays ahead in the price game

by Hannah Edensor

Matt Cameron-Smith chats with Travel Weekly about fixed price models, social media and trust in the Trafalgar brand.

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Collette shakes up guided holidays for Australians

by Daisy Melwani

US-based guided holiday specialists, Collette, have expanded their global footprint by launching in Australia.

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