Wednesday, 15 June 2011

MEDIA STATEMENT: SA VISITOR & TRAVEL CENTRE Ward Tilbrook, Chief Executive of the South Australian Tourism Industry Council (SATIC) says SATIC took the opportunity on behalf of its members to voice concerns to the SA Tourism Commission about the transition of the South Australian Visitor & Travel Centre from a Government to a private operation. “Our member’s concerns are primarily centered around equity of sales by a private operator that is now placed in a dominant market position as the primary point of contact for the State’s tourism marketing activities,” Mr Tilbrook says. “In today’s announcement, our members have been assured by the SA Tourism Commission that visitors will continue to receive the best information and assistance and Holidays of Australia will ensure a fair representation of products. “It is encouraging that Holidays of Australia has also declared its intention to ensure a fair representation and sale of products and will uphold booking conditions that are reflected in the current Shorts and South Australian Holidays publications. “The provision of free information, maps, guides, and travel advice to both locals and visitors alike, encouraging visitors to stay longer, travel further and spend more is a vital role that supports the tourism industry in this State. “It is essential that South Australian tourism businesses are supported by a high-profile, accessible visitor information centre that provides both a high level of visitor information as well as maintaining a level playing field for industry with a fair and equitable sales structure.” As South Australia’s peak tourism industry body, the South Australian Tourism Industry Council represents over 550 members and its’ role is to engage in all of the processes that shape our State’s tourism future. The South Australian Tourism Industry Council provides a range of support services, resources and assistance to its members such as training, accreditation, certification, awards and business to business networks, communication and information.

For further information contact Bianca Borrett, Communications & Business Development Manager, South Australian Tourism Industry Council on 0401 998 247.

media statement: sa visitor & travel centre - SATIC

Jun 15, 2011 - MEDIA STATEMENT: SA VISITOR & TRAVEL CENTRE. Ward Tilbrook, Chief Executive of the South Australian Tourism Industry Council ...

378KB Sizes 0 Downloads 54 Views

Recommend Documents

media release - SATIC
May 2, 2012 - For further information contact Bianca Borrett, Communications & Business Development Manager, South Australian. Tourism Industry Council on 0401 998 247. MEDIA RELEASE ... Daniel Wilson, DBG Technologies.

media release - SATIC
Feb 12, 2014 - For further information contact Bianca Borrett, Media & Public Relations Manager, South Australian Tourism Industry. Council on 0421 355 252.

media release - SATIC
Oct 11, 2010 - in marketing and industry support, all these and more strongly influence ... Dan Blair, BDA Marketing Planning ... Using social and digital media.

media release - SATIC
Dec 16, 2016 - Mr Loftus says SATIC is essential in the ongoing development of a strong sustainable tourism industry ... Business development and support. 4.

Tourism Conference to Help Grow Our Visitor Economy - SATIC
May 26, 2016 - Nature-based Tourism, Marketing and Storytelling. ... Cropley, international author, researcher and expert in creative problem solving and.

1 SA MATHS 2 SA PS 3 SA BS 4 SA SS 5 SA ... -
Note: The Vacancies shown in the above table may be changed. After completion of the confirmation process the final vacany position will be displayed.

mississauga-visitor-guide.pdf
the Pearson International Airport Area,. we are pleased to bring ... Tourism Toronto. is proud to partner with ... Mayor. Page 3 of 84. mississauga-visitor-guide.pdf.

Press Release - SATIC
Aug 6, 2015 - The partnership is a perfect fit for Wallmans. ... licensing, hospitality issues, employment and workplace relations, planning and construction.