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Winter and the quieter months are the perfect time for all tourism operators to spend some time reviewing and updating their digital assets. What are your customers saying about your product? How's your online reputation? Are you using Google Adwords effectively, is it time to refresh your website? Taihlaura Denman-Francis, from award winning Tasma…
 
The Tasmanian Government's Director of Visitor Economy Strategy Anne Greentree sat down with TICT CEO Luke Martin, to talk through how the industry against our T21 Visitor Economy Action Plan to rebuild the value of our tourism industry through COVID. Anne and Luke talk through airline recovery, the different hot spots of industry performance, how …
 
Fresh off the launch of Hobart's first international commercial flight in two-decades, Hobart Airport's new CEO, Norris Carter, sat down with Rachel Williams to talk things aviation. Norris outlines Tasmania's aviation out of COVID, the works at Hobart Airport to welcome back international flights, and his expectations for the ongoing recovery of a…
 
With one week remaining until Tasmanians go to the polls, Tourism Industry Council Tasmania CEO, Luke Martin, sits down with Rachel Williams to talk all things tourism in the election. Luke outlines TICTs priorities in the election, and the major tourism policies announced so far by both major parties. How are we tracking? What are the industry's p…
 
Throughout COVID the concept of Regenerative Tourism has gained strength as a guiding principle for the future of tourism in destinations like Tasmania. Regenerative tourism takes the concept of sustainability in tourism to another level; the idea that visiting a destination should always make a positive contribution to the economic, social and eco…
 
Two of Tasmania's leading tourism gurus, Jake Smith and Sam Denmead share their presentation to the 2020 Tasmanian tourism conference ; 10 Things every Tourism Operator Should Be Doing Right Now as we work our way through COVID. Sam and Jake's rapid fire 10 key practical tips and insights were down very well at the tourism conference, and really is…
 
2020 Tasmanian Australian of the Year, Dr Jess Melbourne-Thomas delivered the keynote address at the Hobart-leg of the 2020 Tasmanian tourism conference in November. One of Australia's leading marine scientists, Jess is a leading researcher shaping Australia's response to climate change and emission reduction. Jess speaks about Tasmania's climate f…
 
Tassie's own Truffle Superstars! - The Terry Family have helped pioneer the truffle industry in Tasmania Anna and Henry share their family's story in cultivating a niche industry in Tasmania. Their views on how tourism and agriculture can work better together in Tasmania, and their aspirations for Tasmania's emergence as a culinary destination.…
 
Tasmania is renowned for its clean, green image. But the image needs to be matched with the reality of the ground. Cutting our waste, cleaning up the State and reducing rubbish is about protecting Tasmania's brand and delivering on our promise to visitors of a pristine, clean environment. Robert Kelman is one of Tasmania's leading authorities on wa…
 
The founder of Bruny Island Cheese and Beer, Nick Haddow, is one of the pioneers of Tasmania's burgeoning reputation as a foodie destination. After working throughout Australia and the world and studying artisan cheese making, Nick settled on Bruny Island to bring some of the purest dairy produce anywhere in the world into outstanding and unique ch…
 
Wine Tasmania's Sharelee Davies' shares her insights into the growth of Tasmania's outstanding wine sector, and its own recovery from COVID. Sheralee also offer her insights into the future for Wine tourism in Tasmania and the opportunity for the State to be elevated as a wine destination. Wine Tasmania is the peak industry body for Tasmania's wine…
 
In our first episode of Talking Tourism after Tasmania's borders have re-opened to COVID-Safe States, Rachel Williams sits down with Tom Wootton & Chris Griffin, the Chief Executive's of Tasmania's Northern and North-West Regional Tourism Organisations. Tom and Chris share their thoughts on Tasmania's tourism recovery out of COVID, their priorities…
 
Sara and James Barnes are building a business based on the principle of experiential travel - personalised, intimate experiences where visitors feel genuinely connected with places, products and people. Their tour business, Experiential Tasmania, takes visitors behind the scenes with some of the our leading producers - meeting the makers, sampling …
 
With the final touches being put now on the T30 Recovery Plan to rebuild Tasmania's Visitor Economy, the Tasmanian Government's Director of Visitor Economy Strategy, Anne Greentree, sits down with Amy Hills to talk through how the plan is shaping, some of the major recovery initiatives and priorities. Anne also talks through the results of the rece…
 
Sam Denmead is one of Tasmania's best known and experienced tourism marketing and business advisers, with twenty years of experience as an operator, tourism marketer, industry leader, and consultant. Sam is working with a number of operators right now in adjusting her business to COVID. Sam has worked with TICT over the past few years as Coordinato…
 
Rob Cameron from TICTs Business and Financial Advisers, Collins SBA sits down with Tourism Tasmania's Amy Hills to talk through the Australian Government's extension and changes to Job Keeper scheme. Rob outlines what the changes mean for employers and employees, and considers some of the steps all tourism and hospitality operators needs to be cons…
 
Tasmania's lucrative Business Events Sector has been hit hard by COVID with nearly all conferences and business events scheduled for 2020 cancelled or rescheduled to 2021. TICTs Luke Martin sits down with the Chief Executive of Business Events Tasmania, Marnie Craig, who explains that not all is as bleak as it seems for the Business Events market, …
 
Recorded-pre COVID, TICTs Sam Denmead sat down with the founder and Creative Director of Queenstown's wonderful biannual art and cultural festival, The Unconformity, Travis Tiddy. Travis talks through the creative challenges, opportunities and innovations needed to create quality arts and cultural events in regional areas. The Unconformity won the …
 
With Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein indicating Tasmania's border restrictions are expected to be lifted from July 24, TICT CEO Luke Martin sat down with Hobart Airport's Acting CEO, Matt Cocker, to learn more about planning underway to restore Tasmania's aviation access to Pre-COVID levels. How many flights can we expect from late July? Who will b…
 
The Australian Tourism Industry Council is the national federation of Australia's Eight State and Territory Tourism Industry Councils across the country, including TICT. ATIC owns and oversees the national Quality Tourism Framework, including the Australian Tourism Accreditation Program, Star Ratings and the Australian Tourism Awards. Simon Westawa…
 
With tourism businesses across the State gearing up for re-opening, initially for Tasmanian's, and soon for interstate visitors, we thought it would be insightful to hear the lived experience of re-opening for a couple of prominent tourism operators with very different types of businesses. Chief Operating Officer of RACT Destinations, Andrew Paynte…
 
Tourism Tasmania’s research and insights guru, Dr Allison Anderson, takes us through what she has been learning about customer behavior, wants and needs coming out of COVID-19 and how operators might be able to respond in their own business. Dr Anderson also shares the key insights on recent on the Tasmanian intrastate visitor market, based on rese…
 
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