TTF unveils program and speakers for Outlook 2019
Tourism Australia’s John O’Sullivan, Expedia’s James Thornton, Hobbiton’s, Russell Alexander and the Fren family of Nines smash hit show Travel Guides have been unveiled today as part of Tourism and Transport Forums, 2019 Outlook conference to take place on Wednesday 22 May at the Hilton Sydney.
Talking about the upcoming conference TTF Chief Executive Margy Osmond said “that since 2006, Outlook has developed into one of TTF’s most significant events for its members and the broader tourism industry.
“Outlook 2019’s agenda is packed, and we are delighted to be able to present such a diverse, dynamic and well-regarded group of key notes speakers and panel guests.
In 2019, Outlook will feature the theme ‘Tourism Transformation: rethink, evolve, adapt ’ which will set the future of the industry.
The program will offer a broader range of topics including:
- Solo travel: two’s a crowd – travel solo, travel your way
- Enhancing the visitor experience
- Get lost: the rise of experience tourism
- Undercover tourism: turning history into high-end tourism
- The economic power of arts and culture
- Opening the Regions
- The influence
The conference will bring together public and private sector experts from throughout Australia and across the globe and compromises a one-day conference concluding with the newly introduced closing canapes and cocktails providing an environment conductive to networking and an opportunity to discuss insights from the day’s program.
Outlook 2019 will also provide unrivalled opportunities to engage and connect with industry leaders, to network and to generate new business opportunities.
The event will be held on Wednesday, 22 May 2019 and will feature Australian and international keynote speakers, expert panels and case studies. Registrations are open now and places are filling fast.
To register please visit https://ttf.org.au/conference/outlook2019/
For further information or interview please contact Anna Wallin, TTF Media and Communications Manager on 0408 832 999 or email email@example.com