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Local Government in Tourism Forum

26 May 2015

The inaugural “SATIC Local Government in Tourism” forum will be an interactive half-day destination management forum with speakers and case studies on successful visitor related initiatives delivered by local governments nationally and in South Australia.

The inaugural “SATIC Local Government in Tourism” forum will be an interactive half-day destination management forum with speakers and case studies on successful visitor related initiatives delivered by local governments nationally and in South Australia.  

To ensure this forum is targeted, realistic and relevant, invitations to attend are restricted to people employed by local government

Investment: SATIC Members $95 | Non-SATIC Members $125
(Conference packages available)

For more information contact Ursula Hickey,  Manager, Local Government Engagement, on 8110 0128 or ursula@satic.com.au

2015 Leadership Dinner: The Riverbank

26 May 2015

Join us at our 2015 Leadership Dinner with Andrew McEvoy, Chair of the Riverbank Authority who will share the vision for Adelaide's Riverbank and talk about what really matters in bringing visitors to great places.

The Riverbank is already one of Adelaide’s most iconic locations, and a new long-term vision aims to make it a great park and cultural precinct; a place that is alive day and night and year round.

Join us at our 2015 Leadership Dinner with Andrew McEvoy, Chair of the Riverbank Authority who will share the vision for Adelaide's grand central park - our cultural, education and entertainment precinct all in one place - and talk about what really matters in bringing visitors to great places.

When: Tuesday, 26 May | from 6pm

Where: Intercontinental Adelaide | North Terrace, Adelaide

Investment: SATIC Member $120 | Non-Member $155 | Tables of Ten from $1,080

RSVP: Monday, 18 May

Contact Anneliese, Manager Events, on 8110 0123 

Event details >

2015 SATIC Tourism Conference

27 May 2015

Be inspired with your exciting, relevant and practical conference program. An unmissable day of nine compelling plenary speakers as well as nine in-depth workshops to choose from.

Be inspired with an exciting, relevant and practical conference program. An unmissable day of compelling plenary speakers and in-depth workshops.

Your annual tourism conference is designed to support tourism businesses in achieving success, and by doing so, build tourism as a dynamic, innovative and competitive industry that contributes to South Australia’s economic prosperity.

Hear from Destination Melbourne, Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, Uber, Tourism Research Australia, Tourism Australia, Baker Marketing, Leading Minds Australia and the SA Tourism Commission.

Plus, choose from nine workshops across a range of topics including digital marketing, customer service, heritage, food tourism, liquor licensing, ecotourism, tourism planning and the China market.

A highlight will be the 2015 Leadership Dinner, held the evening prior at the Intercontinental Adelaide with special guest, Andrew McEvoy, Chair of the Riverbank Authority.

When: Wednesday, 27 May 2015 | 9am to 5pm

Where: Crowne Plaza Adelaide | 16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide

Investment from: SATIC Member $250 per person | Non-member $395

RSVP: Monday, 18 May

Event Details >

Tourism Awards Info Session – Backpacker Accommodation

10 June 2015

Have you thought about entering the backpacker accommodation category in the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards? Attend our FREE information session to find out why you should enter. Learn how to nominate, receive details of our entrant support program and discover how to prepare a successful submission.

Have you thought about entering the backpacker accommodation category in the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards? Attend our FREE information session to find out why you should enter. Learn how to nominate, receive details of our entrant support program and discover how to prepare a successful submission.

Hosted by Anneliese Powell, Manager Events for the SA Tourism Industry Council, you will also gain insights first-hand from multi-award winning and Hall of Fame recipient, Steve Brown from Tour Barossa.

The Backpacker Accommodation category is open to accommodation providers primarily catering to backpackers. The focus of this award is on facilities and services that enhance the tourism experience.

When: Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Where:  Adelaide Central YHA

                Level 2, 135 Waymouth Street, Adelaide

Time: 1.00pm  - 5.00pm 

            Registration from 12.30pm

Investment:  FREE

*a light lunch will be provided

Bookings are essential please RSVP online by Tuesday, 2 June.

Free car parking at the rear of the Adelaide Central YHA

Free accommodation at the YHA if you are coming from regions and need accommodation for one night.

If you are unable to attend, you are welcome to register for the general Tourism Awards info session & webinar on Thursday, 11 June. More details >

Tourism Awards Info Session & Webinar

11 June 2015

Are you considering entering the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards? Attend our FREE information session in person or via the webinar to find out why you should enter. Learn how to nominate, receive details of our entrant support program and discover how to prepare a successful submission in one (or more) of the 31 categories on offer.

Are you considering entering the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards? Attend our FREE information session in person or via the webinar to find out why you should enter.  Learn how to nominate, receive details of our entrant support program and discover how to prepare a successful submission in one (or more) of the 31 categories on offer.

Hosted by Anneliese Powell, Manager Events for the SA Tourism Industry Council, you will also gain insights first-hand from multi-award winning and Hall of Fame recipient, Steve Brown from Tour Barossa.

Ideal for first time entrants.

When: Thursday, 11 June 2015

Where: Flinders University - Victoria Square

              Level 2, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide

Time: 2.00pm  - 5.00pm    Registration from 1.45pm

Investment:  FREE

*Light refreshments will be provided

Places are limited (maximum 2 persons per company). 

Bookings are essential please RSVP online by Wednesday, 3 June.

Eventbrite - Tourism Awards Info Session & Webinar

This workshop will be streamed live, so those who are not able to attend in-person can watch the workshop online. A link to view the workshop will be sent to all nominees who rsvp via the booking site. 

Negotiating with Chinese People

24 June 2015

In business, knowledge is a negotiator's greatest weapon. To be successful in the Greater China region, you need to arm yourself with enough knowledge about Chinese values and Chinese negotiation strategies. 

In business, knowledge is a negotiator's greatest weapon. To be successful in the Greater China region, you need to arm yourself with enough knowledge about Chinese values and Chinese negotiation strategies. 
This workshop will help you understand: 
  • The importance of maintaining a harmonious relationship
  • How to prepare for negotiating with Chinese people
  • Different views on important issues such as “time” and “business plan”
  • The importance of understanding Chinese values
  • Ways to get your point across clearly
  • How a banquet or a social activity can influence the negotiation outcome
  • Common negotiation strategies used by Chinese people  
When: Wednesday 24 June | 9.00am to 12.30pm
Where: CLCA, 24 Stirling St, Thebarton, SA 5031
 

Chinese Communication Styles

29 July 2015

This half-day workshop by Chinese Language & Cultural Advice teaches strategies to interpret non-verbal messages, how to communicate in a hierarchical environment, and understand how Chinese people maintain harmony and solve conflicts.

This workshop by Chinese Language & Cultural Advice teaches strategies to interpret non-verbal messages, how to communicate in a hierarchical environment, and understand how Chinese people maintain harmony and solve conflicts.

This workshop will help you understand:
  • The indirectness of Chinese communication
  • The Chinese way of dealing with conflicts
  • When ‘yes’ actually means ‘no’
  • The importance of harmony during Chinese communication
  • Non-verbal communication
  • How to communicate in a group environment
  • How to get your point across in an appropriate way
 
When: 29 July | 9.00am—11:00am
 
Where: CLCA | 24 Stirling St, Thebarton
 

Talking Tourism - August

05 August 2015

**SAVE THE DATE**

Talking Tourism is a great opportunity to connect with industry colleagues, share experiences and be involved.

**SAVE THE DATE**

Talking Tourism is a great opportunity to connect with industry colleagues, share experiences and be involved.

More details available soon

When: Wednesday, 5 August 2015

2015 Tourism Awards Dinner

13 November 2015

**SAVE THE DATE for the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards Dinner

**SAVE THE DATE for the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards Dinner

When: Friday, 13 November 2015

Where: Adelaide Convention Centre

More details available closer to the event

Talking Tourism - December

09 December 2015

**SAVE THE DATE**

Talking Tourism is a great opportunity to connect with industry colleagues, share experiences and be involved.

**SAVE THE DATE**

Talking Tourism is a great opportunity to connect with industry colleagues, share experiences and be involved.

More details available closer to the event date

When: Wednesday, 9 December 2015

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