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International Women’s Day luncheon is back on CATO’s schedule for 2024


Mark your calendars for another inspiring day of empowerment and celebration as CATO celebrates the huge impact of women in travel.

TTC Tour Brands MD Toni Ambler speaks at the 2023 IWD luncheon.

One of the most celebrated events in the Australian travel industry is back in 2024, with the Council of Australian Tour Operators scheduling its 2024 International Women’s Day luncheon and opening ticket sales.

Always one of the most popular events on the Australian travel industry calendar, CATO’s International Women’s Day event will take place in Brisbane from midday on 7 March 2024 at The Calile, recently named among the world’s best 50 hotels.

The lunch is dedicated to recognising the contributions of CATO’s female members who are at the forefront of reshaping the travel and tourism industry.

TICKETS: Click here for more information on how to register for the event.

CATO Chief Executive Officer, Brett Jardine.

“We are looking forward to hearing invaluable insights, personal stories, and experiences that promise to ignite inspiration among all in attendance, aligning perfectly with the theme of IWD 2024,” said CATO Managing Director, Brett Jardine.

Tickets are $135 per person for a three-course lunch and beverages, with the event sponsored by The Travel Corporation.

“Embodying The Travel Corporation’s unwavering dedication to empowering women and our deep commitment to fostering meaningful connections through our transformative Make Travel Matter experiences worldwide, we are proud to sponsor the CATO International Women’s Day lunch,” TTC Tour Brands Managing Director, Toni Ambler and AAT Kings Managing Director, Ben Hall said in a joint statement.

“It’s a fantastic occasion to celebrate the remarkable achievements of women within the touring sector while eagerly anticipating a bright future for our emerging leaders.”

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Written by: Jon Underwood
Published: 18 October 2023

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