Ben Alcock

The Travel Industry Mentor Experience (TIME) network is gathering in Brisneyland this week for some super secret mentoring business. Actually, it’s not so secret.

Everyone knows that TIME is the travel industry’s premier career accelerator.

Typically, the mentorship’s community gathers to re-connect, make new connections, enjoy drinks, canapes, banter and lively panel discussions. And this Brisbane shindig will be no exception.

“Networking is such an important part of developing your career. TIME is all about connections, and our Brisbane events bring the industry’s finest together to learn from each other,” says Penny Spencer

Brisbane event organiser (and graduate), Emily Warbrick with Founder, Penny Spencer.

“TIME is a respected hot-house of development for ambitious travel industry professionals. It’s powerful because it grants them access to the industry’s best minds. Our events are free and open to anyone in the industry,” says Brisbane event organiser (and graduate), Emily Warbrick – General Manager, Snowscene.

Come along and find out what TIME can do for you!

Good times at a recent TIME event in Melbourne.

When: Thursday 18 October 2018
Time: 5.30pm -7.30pm
Where: Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane
15 Ivory Lane, Fortitude Valley

RSVP by Tuesday the 16th of October to: [email protected]

Since its foundation in 2009, the program has accelerated the leadership and career paths of some 200 graduates from more than 100 travel, tourism and hospitality businesses.


About TIME

The Travel Industry Mentor Experience is a not-for-profit enterprise established to offer business skills training, development guidance and support sessions to aspiring future leaders of the travel and tourism industry within a mentoring and peer collaboration environment.

The program operates within a structured framework to deliver agreed outcomes for each participant, and typically runs for 6 months.

The program is focused on Mentor/Mentee relationships that are ‘mentee-driven’. Mentors are drawn from the senior ranks of the industry and generously volunteer their time and energy to the mentor process.


Have you attended a travel mentorship event?