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Travel Counsellors 2016 conference goes luxe at Palazzo Versace

Travel Counsellors recently announced the Gold Coast’s Palazzo Versace as the venue for their highly anticipated annual conference in 2016.  To be held over the weekend of the 20th, 21st and 22nd May, the annual conference is the biggest event of the year for Travel Counsellors Australia



With an inspiring program packed with influential guest speakers, thought leaders and presenters, the conference is a must-attend event for Travel Counsellors agents, suppliers and partners whowant to be motivated and inspired by the potential that comes withworking in the travel industry.


Offering a chance to meet and connect with other Travel Counsellors agents, the conference will see home-based agents travel from all over Australia to take part in three days of learning, sharing, celebration and collaboration. From the latest innovations in the industry, to the top travel trends and fresh ways to succeed in business, guest speakers will enlighten, entertain and inspire conference attendees with informative presentations and thought-provoking speeches.


David Hughes, Managing Director of Travel Counsellors Australia believes that this year’s conference will be Travel Counsellors’ best yet. “While Travel Counsellors holds many events around Australia throughout the year, the annual conference is definitely our most significant event. It gives our agents, head office staff and valued suppliers and partners a chance to take stock of where we’ve come from as a business, where we are now, and where we’d like to be. It also gives all of us a chance to really connect and collaborate with each other. The annual conference is all about idea sharing and fostering the growth potential of each other and the business as a whole. It’s also about having fun, and where better to do so than in the luxurious confines of the Palazzo Versace?” comments David.


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