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01 September 2016

ATEC Event

One on one scheduled appointments for South Australian tourism operators to meet with inbound tour operators, domestic and retail travel agents.

ATEC Event

One on one scheduled appointments for South Australian tourism operators to meet with inbound tour operators, domestic and retail travel agents.

This one day workshop is an opportunity for South Australian operators to meet with invited travel trade (inbound tour operators, domestic wholesalers, and online travel agents). The event will be held on Thursday 1 September 2016 in Sydney.

Registrations for the event will open in July 2016. 

For further information please email Belinda Barton at belinda.barton@sa.gov.au.

2016 Yorke Peninsula Tourism Conference

07 September 2016

YP Tourism Event

The Yorke Peninsula Tourism Conference provides a great opportunity for you to learn from and engage with industry experts, as well as network with other tourism businesses in a structured manner. 

YP Tourism Event

The Yorke Peninsula Tourism Conference provides a great opportunity for you to learn from and engage with industry experts, as well as network with other tourism businesses in a structured manner. 

Hear from more than seven guest presenters, including representatives from the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC), Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources and the South Australian Tourism Industry Council (SATIC).

Presentation topics include:

  • Social media and what makes for good content
  • The Nature-Based Tourism Action Plan and how you can play a part
  • Tourism Accreditation and the role of SATIC
  • SATC's marketing activities and the new Coastal Way touring route
  • How to collaborate and package your tourism product

A full list of presenters and topics to follow soon.  

Event Details:

When: Wednesday, 7 September | 9:30am - 5pm

Where: Coopers Alehouse Wallaroo | 11 Heritage Dr, Wallaroo

Investment: From $60pp 
Morning tea, lunch and networking nibbles provided with one complimentary soft drink, beer or wine.

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IFITT Talk Workshop on “Big Data and Customer Engagement in Tourism”

08 September 2016

University of South Australia Event

The workshop features 8 presentations from leading international academics and industry professionals, all experts in their field. 

University of South Australia Event

The workshop features 8 presentations from leading international academics and industry professionals, all experts in their field. 

The workshop is designed to provide you with several practical examples and case studies on how to capitalise on new technologies to improve your business. You will learn how your business can benefit from Big Data and how you can exploit social media and the Internet for building customer engagement.

Panel discussions will follow the presentations, enabling you to ask the speakers questions. 

When: Thursday, 8 September | 11:30am - 6:30pm

Where: University of South Australia | City West Campus, North Terrace | Room HH3-08, Level 3, Sir Hans Heysen Building

Investment: FREE of charge
Networking drinks and canapes will be provided on conclusion.

RSVP: Friday, 2 September 

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For further information or to RSVP, email Jen Manning on Jen.Manning@unisa.edu.au

GOVchat - Tourism in South Australia

19 September 2016

A yourSAy Event

The South Australia Tourism Commission will be hosting a GOVchat event, which aims to explore the topic of ‘What would encourage you to choose a South Australian region for your next holiday’. 

A yourSAy Event

The South Australia Tourism Commission will be hosting a GOVchat event, which aims to explore the topic of ‘What would encourage you to choose a South Australian region for your next holiday’. 

The community engagement events open a 1800 telephone line for two hours, allowing community members to phone in and chat with senior executives, and senior government officials. 

Event Details:

When: Monday, September 19 | 6pm - 8pm

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Self-Managed Super Funds

20 September 2016

Business Development Workshop, with our partner Aon

In this workshop, presented by Wendy Barnham, Senior Financial Adviser for Aon Valuation Services, we will look into self-managed super funds and whether or not they're the right choice for you and your future.

Business Development Workshop, with our partner Aon

In this workshop, presented by Wendy Barnham, Senior Financial Adviser for Aon Valuation Services, we will look into self-managed super funds and whether or not they're the right choice for you and your future.

Key insights that you will take away this practical workshop include:

  • What are self-managed super funds and would they suit me?
  • Differences between self-managed and retail (public offer) super funds
  • Advantages and disadvantages of running an self-managed super fund.

Presenter, Wendy Barnham, is Aon's Senior Financial Adviser. Wendy's primary aim is to provide her valued clients with quality advice and assistance in assessing their current and future financial needs, resulting in her providing the appropriate advice and solutions in the following areas; financial planning, retirement income streams, succession planning (business insurance), family and lifestyle protection, Centrelink and DVA benefits, gearing strategies and debt management, superannuation, investment advice, estate planning, taxation planning, redundancy and estate equalisation.

Wendy has been working in the financial planning industry since 1998, and became an authorised representative in 2006. Since that time, Wendy has continued her industry and non-industry studies and has experience in personal and corporate superannuation, investments and insurance. Wendy has also been an accredited mortgage broker.

Wendy not only helps new clients, but also works in partnership with ongoing service clients to keep them on track and achieve their financial goals.

Event Details:

When: Tuesday, 20 September | 2 - 4pm

Where: Aon | Level 22, 91 King William Street, Adelaide, 5000

Investment: $30 for SATIC Members | $60 for Non-Members

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For more information, contact Anneliese Powell SATIC's Manager Events on (08) 8110 0123 or email anneliese@satic.com.au 

Find out more about SATIC's partnership and membership benefits with Aon.

2016 Australian Regional Tourism Network Convention

25 October 2016 - 27 October 2016

The annual ARTN Convention provides a forum to discuss, debate and investigate issues, challenges and opportunities facing regional tourism. 

The annual ARTN Convention provides a forum to discuss, debate and investigate issues, challenges and opportunities facing regional tourism. The Convention is for all sectors of the tourism industry to exchange ideas about ways to grow a sustainable regional destination and to showcase best practice success.

This year’s convention has an unmissable line up of speakers and is one that should not be missed by tourism professionals, local Councils, Regional Tourism Organisations, business and Government who wish contribute to the future of regional tourism in Australia.

Event Details:

When: Tuesday, 25 October 25 - Thursday, 27 October | 11am – 11pm

Where: Explorers Convention & Function Centre | 44778 Warrego Highway, Roma, Queensland 4455

Investment: $750 for ARTN Members | $850 for Non-Members | $350 for Students

Full registration includes:

  • attendance to the ARTN Convention from Tuesday, 25 October - Thursday, 27 October;
  • transfers to and from Roma Airport to the Convention Centre;
  • attendance to ARTN 2016 Welcome Reception on Tuesday, 25 October;
  • attendance to the Business Breakfast on Wednesday, 26 October;
  • shuttle services to/from ‘Roam around Roma’ on Wednesday, 26 October;
  • attendance to the breakfast at the Roma Saleyards on Thursday, 27 October;
  • attendance to the ARTN 2016 Convention Dinner on Thursday, 27 October;
  • delegate list and speaker pages (subject to privacy and permission received).

Earlybird rates close Wednesday, August 31.

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2016 South Australian Tourism Awards Ceremony

04 November 2016

Save the Date

The South Australian Tourism Awards Ceremony is recognised as a premier event on the tourism calendar as Tourism's Night of Nights.  It recognises and showcases the State's finest tourism products and is a great opportunity to network and celebrate.

Save the Date

The South Australian Tourism Awards Ceremony is recognised as a premier event on the tourism calendar as Tourism's Night of Nights.  It recognises and showcases the State's finest tourism products and is a great opportunity to network and celebrate.

Proudly supported by the South Australian Tourism Commission, the 2016 SA Tourism Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday, 4 November 2016 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

Wildlife Tourism Conference

06 November 2016 - 09 November 2016

Where the Wild Things Grow: leadership, partnerships and ethics in wildlife tourism

Join tour operators, students, researchers, zoo and national park staff, natural history non-government organisations and others for discussions on leadership in wildlife tourism, partnerships and ethics.

Where the Wild Things Grow: leadership, partnerships and ethics in wildlife tourism

Join tour operators, students, researchers, zoo and national park staff, natural history non-government organisations and others for discussions on leadership in wildlife tourism, partnerships and ethics.

In attending this conference, you’ll explore:

  • What kinds of research have been useful for wildlife tourism?
  • What research will now be most valuable?
  • What kinds of training are currently available and needed in Australia and elsewhere?
  • How can tourism businesses best work in cooperation with researchers, governments, local communities, non-government organisations and traveling citizen scientists or conservation volunteers?
  • What ethical responsibilities do tour operators have towards tourists, local communities, other operators, animal welfare and biodiversity conservation?

You will also enjoy quality presentations, join in round-table discussions, visit wildlife attractions old and new near Adelaide, as well as have the opportunity to promote your business, conservation cause or research. 

Event Details:

When: Sunday, 6 November – Wednesday, 9 November

Where: UniSA Business School | City West Campus | L2, David Pank Building | 160 Currie St, Adelaide

Investment: $380 for Members | $480 for Non-Members
Full registration includes attendance to the Sunday welcome reception, industry networking function and the three day conference, including lunch and morning/afternoon tea over the three days. 

Earlybird: $300 for Members | $400 for Non-Members
Earlybird rates close Tuesday, 30 August. 

Call for papers due: Thursday, 15 September.

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2016 SATIC AGM & Talking Tourism

07 November 2016

Save the Date

SATIC Members are invited to join us for the 2016 SATIC Annual General Meeting. After the AGM, join friends and tourism colleagues for drinks and networking at Talking Tourism.

Save the Date

SATIC Members are invited to join us for the 2016 SATIC Annual General Meeting. After the AGM, join friends and tourism colleagues for drinks and networking at Talking Tourism.

Event Details:

When: Monday, 7 November | 5pm, followed by networking from 5:30 - 7:30pm

Save the date, more details to come.

SATIC Christmas Celebration

08 December 2016

Save the Date

Join friends and tourism colleagues at SATIC's celebratory Christmas function.

Save the Date

Join friends and tourism colleagues at SATIC's celebratory Christmas function.

Save the date, more details to follow.

2016 Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner

24 February 2017

Save the Date

Australia's most prestigious tourism awards will be hosted in Darwin in 2017. 

Save the Date

Australia's most prestigious tourism awards will be hosted in Darwin in 2017. 

Event details:

When: Friday, 24 February

Save the date, more details to follow.

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