Being the CEO of an Australian travel company during a pandemic is not easy.

After months of borders being slammed shut and there being no international travel – Tess Willcox and her team had to reinvent.

So what did she do when her business started to take the biggest hit?

She applied for TIE Accelerator.

Here Tess tells you why she got involved with TIE.

She brings to life where she was personally and professionally.

She’ll tell you about the experience of working with a Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest NGO.

We’ll hear about what her initial feelings were coming into the experience, the doubts and what happened.

And then Tess tells us what her biggest lesson was after 6 weeks. And it really isn’t what you would expect.

So, throw on those running shoes, or grab that favourite beverage, and have a listen!

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If you would like to get in touch with Tess you can find her on Instagram at @tesswillcox

If you would like to get involved with TIE, and be a part of the important change that needs to be made in the world, do get in touch:

If you’re keen to contribute more to society through your work, grow as a responsible business leader, and find ways to bridge purpose and profit. We are kicking off our next TIE Accelerator experience in June. Don’t miss out. Find out more at our TIE Accelerator info session:

It’s time. Let’s change things!