Queensland tourism event; Howard Smith Wharves Brisbane
Boosting Queensland’s $24 billion tourism business and how you can do it’s on the core of a brand new marketing campaign launched by The Courier-Mail in the present day.
Future Tourism will study how you can safe a greater future for the state’s tourism business.
This might be an thrilling marketing campaign, marked by the Future Tourism occasion lunch at Howard Smith Wharves on Thursday, June 13.
It is a can’t miss occasion if you’re fascinated with or a part of the tourism business, or wish to get unique insights into the important thing developments that can form Brisbane, SEQ and Queensland into the long run.
You’ll hear from knowledgeable audio system together with Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates, Star Leisure chairman John O’Neill, demographer Bernard Salt, Spicers Retreats chief Jude Turner, Tourism and Occasions Queensland CEO Leanne Coddington, Tourism Minister Kate Jones and QTIC chief Daniel Gschwind.
Tickets are promoting quick. Don’t miss your probability.
“Tourism is important to Queensland, and we wish to guarantee these exterior the business, interstate and internationally know what a precedence it’s,” The Courier-Mail editor Sam Weir stated.
“Advocating for a greater Queensland is an enormous focus for The Courier-Mail, and we take these campaigns critically – deploying our greatest journalists and delivering entrance web page protection throughout our print and digital property.”
Queensland’s market share of overseas guests has fallen sharply within the final 15 years.
The Future Tourism marketing campaign is the newest iteration of the profitable Go Queensland sequence, with a raft of achievements to enhance the state’s financial system.
The marketing campaign, supported by Tourism and Occasions Queensland, Tourism Australia, The Star Leisure Group and Brisbane Advertising and marketing, with sequence companions Howard Smith Wharves, Urbis, PwC, South East Council of Mayors, Seven Information and Sky Information, will run from in the present day till June 21 within the print editions of The Courier-Mail and The Sunday Mail in addition to on couriermail.com.au.