The Distribution System

International Ready Stream - supported by StudyAdelaide

Tourism Distribution is not the easiest to understand especially if it is a new concept to you. Common questions such as: why do you have to pay commission? And why do some agents expect higher commissions? What if I don’t want to work with every agent? What are the benefits of working with agents? These are all very common questions and will be answered in this practical workshop.

If you want a simple overview of tourism distribution and how you can get involved – you should attend this workshop.
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Tanya Jarman | Claire Sim

| SA Tourism Commission
Tanya Jarman | Claire Sim

Tanya Jarman | Senior Manager | SA Tourism Commission

Tanya Jarman joined the SATC in 2013 to conduct a strategic review of all international marketing operations moving on to become the Senior Manager of Global Markets. Tanya is responsible for international marketing, partnerships and trade events across the SATC’s global markets. Prior to Tanya joining the SATC, Tanya has worked across a variety of tourism industry roles in both the consumer and trade space working for Tourism Australia, Carlson Marketing, Hyatt, AAT Kings and the Office of the Agent General for South Australia (London), spending the majority of her career working in Sydney, London and Bangkok.Tanya freelanced in Thailand for 7 years, writing for Thailand Tatler and working in property development. Tanya brings a wealth of global experience back to South Australia, where she was born and raised.

Claire Sim | Global Partnerships Manager | SA Tourism Commission

Claire Sim, joined the South Australian Tourism Commission in August 2016 as the Global Partnerships Manager with responsibility for the domestic and international travel trade and airline partnerships. Previously Claire was at Great Southern Rail for eleven years; nine years as General Manager Business Development and for the first two years Manager, Business Development International. Claire’s first tourism related role was in a hotel in Cairns, North Queensland where she was exposed to both leisure and business tourism. It was here that she learnt the majority of her distribution knowledge on the domestic, Eastern and Western Hemisphere markets.

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