If you’re looking to build brand awareness, increased business, attract new customers or just learn from the best in the industry, then the Mumbrella Travel Marketing Summit is the place for you.

The annual marketing gathering is fast approaching and we want to help get you there by offering an exclusive KARRYON discount.

But first a bit on what you can expect at this year’s Summit:

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Mumbrella’s Travel Marketing Summit has been finalised with the addition of Google, Destination Melbourne and Gate 7 joining already confirmed speakers from Air New Zealand, Travelport, Expedia, Destination NSW, Kayak, Brand USA, Tourism Australia, Big4, Seven Network, YHA, Contiki and more.

Google’s industry head of travel, Michelle Allen, will join a panel on marketing to travellers on the move, led by Storyation head of content, Lauren Quaintance. Also joining Allen and Quaintance on the panel is Kate Flynn, marketing and communications director at Destination Melbourne.

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Flynn has over 14 years of marketing experience both nationally and internationally and has been at Destination Melbourne since 2015. The panel will discuss each part of the process when it comes to connecting with the consumer on the move – a serious challenge for an industry grappling to connect with people who travel on a whim.

Jo Palmer, managing director of multi-award winning marketing agency, Gate 7, which specialises in travel, will complete the highly-anticipated panel on the USA and the new world of travel marketing. The panel will also feature Brand USA, Air New Zealand and News Corp Australia.

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More than 12 sessions across two streams have been announced, featuring some of the biggest travel brands from around the globe.

Mumbrella’s Travel Marketing Summit takes place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney on April 12.Grab your exclusive KARRYON ticket discount using code KARRYON150 to save $150 off your ticket. This makes tickets only $495 each.

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Are you planning on attending Mumbrella’s Travel Marketing Summit this year?