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Destination Australia Conference

17 March 2015

The inaugural Destination Australia Conference focuses on how we can attract more high-yielding international visitors to Australia to grow the tourism industry and boost business.

Destination Australia Conference

The inaugural Destination Australia Conference focuses on how we can attract more high-yielding international visitors to Australia to grow the tourism industry and boost business.

The conference will:

  • Outline the current global outlook for tourism focusing on significant mid-term demographic and economic trends that offer potential opportunities for Australia
  • Share consumer insights from Australia’s highest volume and highest yielding international markets and explain Tourism Australia’s marketing campaigns for the year ahead
  • Showcase examples of innovation in marketing and trends in tourism: new technology, data mining/big data, methods for content creation, changing distribution models, good design and personalised content.

The Destination Australia Conference is targeted to decision makers in tourism-related businesses that are actively marketing Australia to international leisure and business travellers.

When: Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Where: The Ivy, Sydney

Investment: $300

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Chinese Communication Styles

18 March 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: Wednesday 18 March | 9.00am—12:30pm
 
Where: CLCA | 24 Stirling St, Thebarton
 

2014 Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner - Adelaide

10 April 2015

2014 Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner

The 2014 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday 10th April 2015.

Ticket Prices: $220 + GST per person I $2000 + GST table of 10

Time: Pre-Cocktail Function 6.15pm I Awards Presentation Ceremony 7pm

Date: Friday 10th April 2015

Location: Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide

Dress: Formal / Black Tie

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Working with Chinese People

29 April 2015

This half-day workshop by Chinese Language & Cultual Advice analyses the differences between the Australian and Chinese workplace cultures. Participants will learn how traditional values can influence corporate governance and business leader’s conduct.

This half-day workshop by Chinese Language & Cultual Advice analyses the differences between the Australian and Chinese workplace cultures. Participants will learn how traditional values can influence corporate governance and business leader’s conduct.

In this workshop you will learn:
  • Characteristics of Chinese employees
  • Chinese values and how they manifest in the workplace
  • Chinese workplace behaviour
  • How to successfully induct Chinese staff into your workplace
  • Ways to build an effective team environment
  • The differences between Australian and Chinese company culture

When: Wednesday 29 April | 9.00am to 12.30pm

Where: CLCA | 24 Stirling Street, Thebarton, South Australia

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