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Australia Global Summit set to put Australia top of the list for travel professionals


More than 2,000 travel professionals globally, including close to 500 members from India alone, have already registered for Tourism Australia’s inaugural Australia Global Summit, with just weeks to go before the virtual event goes live.

The online event, set to take place on Tuesday, 16 November 2021, will deliver a program packed with inspiring keynote speakers, energising storytelling chapters, targeted and informative education sessions, and on-demand content.

Attendance is free of charge for travel professionals across India. Register here: https://tradeevents.eventsair.com/australia-global-summit-2021/

Keynote speakers Dr Angus Hervey and Tané Hunter, the dynamic Future Crunch duo, whose mission is to foster intelligent, optimistic thinking about the future and to empower people to contribute to it, will set the tone for the event.

A lineup of Australian personalities including television presenter Brooke Boney, Eurovision star Kate Miller-Heidke and short film writer Keir Nuttall, Nick and Terysa of the YouTube channel Sailing Ruby Rose, and some of Australia’s well-known foodies, journalists, photographers and luxury experts will also share their Australia through the genres of Aboriginal Experiences, Arts and Entertainment, Coastal Experiences, Food and Drink, Landscapes and Australian Luxury.

Throughout the program, Tourism Australia and industry experts are set to provide the latest insights and trends, what has changed in Australian tourism and Aussie Specialist Program updates to equip attendees with the best tools to sell Australia as international travel resumes.

Tourism Australia’s Robin Mack, Executive General Manager, Commercial and Business Events Australia, said “The Australia Global Summit aims to keep travel professionals inspired about the depth of Australia’s tourism offering – from our Indigenous culture, arts and entertainment to the diversity of landscapes and coastal experiences – everything travellers are looking for in a post-COVID world.”

Brent Anderson, Regional General Manager, South/ South East Asia, Tourism Australia, said, “We have received a very positive response from travel partners across India who are confident that initiatives like these will help them effectively convert the pent-up demand for Australia once borders reopen.”

Attendees can expect to hear from special guests and learn about the resources Tourism Australia has available at this educational and entertaining online event.


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