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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…
 
Tourism Tasmania's Director of Marketing, Emma Terry, sits down with Amy Hills to explain the forthcoming intrastate marketing strategy Tourism Tasmania will be rolling out over coming weeks as local restrictions ease, and locals are invited to 'Make themselves at Home'. For further details visit www.tourismtasmania.com.au…
 
Federal Group is Tasmania's largest tourism and hospitality operator, as operators of Tasmania's two Casino resorts, Hobart's award-winning MACq01 and Henry Jones Hotels, the luxury Safire Freycinet Resort, and several hotels in key tourism nodes across Tasmania. Dr Daniel Hanna is Director of Corporate Affairs and Regulations for Federal Group. Da…
 
Amy Hills sits down for a chat with the Chairs of two of Tasmania's four Regional Tourism Organisations; the East Coast RTO Chair, Kym Goodes; and Tourism Northern Tasmania's Chair, Paul Seaman. Kym and Paul have been at the coalface over the past few weeks in their regions, engaging with local operators about the priorities for industry through th…
 
For many years, David Reed has been TICTs go-to industry guru on tourism yield management - knowing the true of cost of selling your product and pricing your service accordingly to make money. David has presented to operators across the State for years about the principles of yield management in tourism. With many accommodation operators gearing up…
 
TICT CEO Luke Martin take listeners through the business development and training opportunities being made available to tourism and hospitality operators over the winter months and the CVOVID recovery. TICT is launching some exciting programs pitched to operators wanting to spend the time developing their tourism and business skills, and re-set the…
 
The Acting CEO of WorkSafe Tasmania, Robyn Pearce, sits down with TICT CEO Luke Martin to explain the new regulations and responsibilities for all businesses as they resume operating. WorkSafe Tasmania is responsible for workplace standards in Tasmania. Robyn explains what a Covid Safe Plan is, where to find advice and help, and what must every bus…
 
Some of our most downloaded COVID podcasts are those featuring the insights and lived experiences of tourism operators and stakeholders working through the different stages of the crisis. In this episode, TICT CEO Luke Martin, sits down with his two Deputy Chairs, Clint Walker, and Kathryn McCann, who share their insights on the COVID crisis from t…
 
Tourism Tasmania CEO John Fitzgerald takes listeners through the Tasmanian Government's Road Map to Recovery from COVID 19, as it relates to the Tasmanian visitor economy. John also shares insights into Tourism Tasmania's planning ahead around activating the Tasmanian intrastate market, and what operators can do to now in planning for the recovery …
 
Liza-Jane Sowden is Tourism Tasmania's own social media guru, overseeing content on the State's own social media channels through the Covid-19 emergency. Liza-Jane shares her insights on the social media trends through the current shutdown period, what platforms are generating interest, and what kind of posts are generating most engagement. She als…
 
Brett Godfrey is one of the leading lights in Australian tourism and travel industries. The co-founder of Virgin Blue, Brett, now wears many hats across our visitor economy. He is a co-owner of the Tasmanian Walking Company, operators of the iconic Cradle Huts Walk, Bay of Fires Lodge, and Three Capes Lodge. He is Chairman of Queensland Tourism & E…
 
The Hon Rebecca White MP is Tasmania's Shadow Spokesperson for Tourism, and Leader of the Labor Party in the Tasmanian Parliament. Rebecca's sprawling electorate of Lyons is also one of the most tourism-dependent electorates in the country, stretching across central Tasmania and onto the East Coast and Tasman Peninsula. Rebecca sits down with TICT …
 
Every fortnight we check-in with tourism operators across the State, sharing their experience with Covid-19, and how they're planning for the future. In this fortnight, Tourism Tasmania's Amy Hills sits down with the operators of two very different tourism businesses, with very similar stories of resilience and loss. In March, Gary & Lorraine Ashdo…
 
Rob Cameron from Hobart Business Advisers and Accounting Firm, Collins SBA, works through the Frequently Asked Questions by many tourism and hospitality operators about the Australian Government's Job Keeper Package. Is it all-in, or all-out for all your employees? When can we expect the money to hit bank accounts? What's the situation for sole tra…
 
Tasmanian-raised and now Cairns-residing, David Inches, is Tasmania's go-to tourism product development and marketing specialist. David has been engaged by some of Tasmania's leading tourism operators and organisations to guide product conception, development, and market positioning. In this special Covid-19 podcast, David speaks with Amy Hills abo…
 
On Monday 20 April, Tasmania's Premier and Tourism Minister, Peter Gutwein MP, stepped away briefly from his demanding role overseeing Tasmania's management of the Covid-19 crisis, to speak directly with Tasmanian tourism and hospitality operators about the outlook for our industry. The Premier speaks candidly about his expectations for when visito…
 
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