Home Posts tagged Tourism Australia
Outbound Top Stories
For seasoned travel marketer, Samar Chokshi, life has come a full circle with his latest position as Country Manager – India for Destination New South Wales (DNSW). Through his previous stints at Singapore Tourism Board and Tourism Australia, a combined experience of over 18 years, Chokshi comes prepared with the skills required for this job, […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories
Tourism Australia held the 18th edition of its flagship trade initiative, Australia Marketplace India (AMI), in Bengaluru from July 23 to 25. The return of this key B2B event, for the first time since 2019, aimed to assist representatives from the Australian tourism industry to develop and establish business relationships with key qualified travel agencies […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories
India has emerged as the fastest market to recover to pre-Covid levels with 375,000 visitors to Australia for the year ended May 2023, recording a recovery of 102%. Currently, Tourism Australia is hosting its flagship trade initiative, Australia Marketplace India (AMI0 in Bengaluru, for the first time since 2019. Andrew Hogg, Executive GM, Eastern Markets […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories Trade News
Australia and Worldwide Travel, an inbound tour operator and DMC in Australia, with an intent to set foot and leverage growth potential in India, has assigned Global Destinations the mandate to build sales and develop brand awareness in-market. The Australia and Worldwide Travel management team have years of experience and knowledge in inbound tourism. The […]Continue Reading
Top Stories Trade News
The Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) will return to Melbourne next year for the first time since 2015, with Australia’s largest annual tourism trade event to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from Sunday, from May 19 to 23, 2024. Phillipa Harrison, MD, Tourism Australia today announced Melbourne as the next host […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories
Tourism Australia is hopeful of reaching the pre-pandemic inbound arrival numbers from India by 2023. The destination marketing agency has termed India and Singapore as the two key markets to lead the post pandemic recovery process. Nishant Kashikar, Country Manager- India & Gulf, Tourism Australia, said that they have already witnessed 86% pre pandemic traffic […]Continue Reading
Download Magazine
x Logo: Shield Security
This Site Is Protected By
Shield Security