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New tourism report to provide insight into enhancing South West experience for Asian visitors

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Local tourism industry representatives have the opportunity to be among the first to learn what a new report reveals about how the South West can be made a more attractive destination for Asian visitors.

The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre together with Australia’s South West and the South West Development Commission are inviting members of the public to the launch of a report titled Australia’s South West for Asian markets: Promoting tourism product development.

The report will be launched at a workshop at the Abbey Beach Resort in Busselton on Tuesday October 23.

The event will include a panel discussion by key stakeholders about the findings of the research project, including the opportunities identified for delivering new experiences.

BCEC director Professor Alan Duncan will facilitate a discussion with panel speakers Xavier Sala Busquets from Expedia, Willie Creek Pearls representative Rebecca Guilbert, Adam Barnard of ADAMS Coachlines, former Australia’s South West chair Dee Smith, and Curtin University’s Dr Michael Volgger.

To register to attend, click here.

Local tourism industry representatives have the opportunity to be among the first to learn what a new report reveals about how the South West can be made a more attractive destination for Asian visitors.
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre together with Australia’s South West and the South West Development Commission are inviting members of the public to the launch of a report titled Australia’s South West for Asian markets: Promoting tourism product development.
The report will be launched at a workshop at the Abbey Beach Resort in Busselton on Tuesday October 23.
The event will include a panel discussion by key stakeholders about the findings of the research project, including the opportunities identified for delivering new experiences.
BCEC director Professor Alan Duncan will facilitate a discussion with panel speakers Xavier Sala Busquets from Expedia, Willie Creek Pearls representative Rebecca Guilbert, Adam Barnard of ADAMS Coachlines, former Australia’s South West chair Dee Smith, and Curtin University’s Dr Michael Volgger.
To register to attend, visit bcec.edu.au/events .

 

 

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