Seeing the future of VICs with both ‘I’s - information & industry

Visitor Economy Stream

There are 42 accredited Visitor Information Centres throughout South Australia, inspiring and telling the stories that really matter to more than a million visitors annually. Is your story being told? Do you have a new chapter to your story? Do you take the time to promote yourself and your product with your local VIC? Using both "I"s to connect industry and information can only result in more profit for you, and a better experience for the visitor. Learn how VICs are future proofing themselves and ways you can engage with them to become part of the stories that get told.
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Glen Christie & Andy Glen

| Port Pirie Regional Council | Mount Barker District Council
Glen Christie & Andy Glen

Glen Christie | Tourism & Events Manager | Port Pirie Regional Council

Glen Christie is the Tourism & Events Manager, with the Port Pirie Regional Council, and a member of the SA Visitor Information Centre (VIC) Network and the Southern Flinders Tourism & Taste Group.

Glen is the former South Australian Manager of the largest International Youth Recognition Program - The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award. He was originally employed as the State Award Coordinator, by the Government of South Australia - within the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion, and has also worked in the Arts Sector - as a performer/director and Arts Manager - in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania.

Glen is a second-term member of the Volunteering SA/NT Working Group to promote the benefits of volunteering, as well as part of the sub-committee developing Youth Volunteer Recognition.
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Andy Glen | Tourism Development Manager | Mount Barker District Council

Andy Glen is the Tourism Development Manager for the Mount Barker District Council and the Chair of the South Australian Accredited Visitor Information Centre (SA AVIC) Network Working Group. He has over a decade with Mount Barker, including management of the Adelaide Hills Historical VIC, and was previously the Manager of the Burra VIC.

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