The launch of a first ever multi-million dollar fund to attract business events to Australia is the Government’s biggest commitment to the industry to date, says Arinex CEO, Tamara Kavalec.
Executive General Manager Events Tourism Australia Penny Lion has told Spice News that the Government’s newly announced $12m business events fund will be a game changer for the events industry and could help secure international events right up until 2030.
Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) CEO Andrew Hiebl believes the Federal Government’s $12m Bid Fund Program for the business events industry will help reverse Australia’s recent decline in global ranking and market share.
The Turnbull Coalition Government has unveiled plans to launch Australia’s first ever federal government-funded business events bid fund in an attempt to attract more conferences, exhibitions and meetings to the country.
Tourism Australia launched a new Crocodile Dundee-inspired campaign at yesterday’s Super Bowl in the US.
Tourism Australia managing director John O’Sullivan told Dreamtime 2017 delegates that Brisbane ‘has a great story to tell’.
The line-up, presented by Tim Rosso, includes extreme sports athletes, pro Instagrammers and Tourism Australia. Find out more here.
The beauty of the Great Barrier Reef will lure up to 8000 delegates to Cairns in 2019.
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In 2016, 1.2 million Chinese tourists visited Australia. Read on to find out what this means for the Australian event industry.
Spice caught with Penny Lion from Tourism Australia’s events division to talk about how to successfully attract international delegates.
Tourism Australia has launched its latest campaign that highlights Australia’s world-class aquatic and coastal experiences.
Move over Tay Tay: Adelaide was the star of the show at this year’s Dreamtime
Tourism Australia’s John O’Sullivan said the new flights represent a major boost for South Australia.
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Tourism Australia’s John O’Sullivan said the Australian industry is experiencing a golden period.
The tourism industry has welcomed certain aspects of the federal budget, including an increase in funding for Tourism Australia.
The National Tourism Alliance has applauded over 180 finalists for making it to the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.
Luxury and experiential travel exhibition Luxperience has teamed up with Tourism Australia to offer familiarisations to travel advisors attending this year’s event.
Last Friday Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb announced a new initiative to attract more international business events to Australian shores.