Tourism Australia’s Chief Marketing Officer, Nick Baker, was honoured by his industry peers last night (Thursday23 October), being named as the Australian Marketing Institute’s Marketer of the Year for 2014.
More than 80 of the world’s most influential and respected food and wine VIPs will arrive in Australia early in November to take part in a country-wide gastronomic tour and gala dinner aimed at whetting the appetite of international travellers.
Tourism Australia has today (Monday 20 October) confirmed that its chief marketing officer, Nick Baker, has tendered his resignation and will be leaving the organisation at the end of January 2015.
The head of Australia’s national tourism organisation, John O’Sullivan, will visit Hong Kong this week (October 15-17) to discuss potential investment opportunities in Australia’s tourism infrastructure with both Hong Kong-based and regional investors.
Tourism Australia is partnering with an award winning team for a new film project which will see renowned Director/Cinematographer Warwick Thornton direct a three-minute film promoting Australia's Indigenous tourism experiences to international visitors.
Tourism Australia is celebrating its second international destination marketing award in a week, after being selected as the winner for Best Social Media Presence in the Tourism Board category at this year's 'Skiftie' awards.
Later this month (September) sees the international roll-out of Tourism Australia's'Restaurant Australia' campaign gather momentum with high profile launch events taking place across the world, including the United Kingdom, Singapore, Korea and Hong Kong.
Tourism Australia has confirmed the appointment of Adele Labine-Romain as its new Executive General Manager Strategy and Research. Ms Labine-Romain replaces Nell Anderson who recently announced her intention to resign from Tourism Australia, after having spent six years working for the national tourism organisation.
A 29 year old, wombat virgin has helped Tourism Australia’s Facebook page reach six million fans, making it the most followed tourism body on Facebook globally.
Tourism Australia has selected an elite group of China-based travel agencies to spearhead a new, high yield distribution network focused upon selling high quality Australian holiday packages to China’s rapidly growing middle classes.