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ACBC NSW: State of the Nation ‘China’s Travelling Millennials’ - Quarterly...

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Australian National Maritime Museum

2 Murray St

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Come aboard the James Craig Tall Ship and join an expert discussion on why sophisticated market insights and cultural understanding are essential to ensuring Australia’s tourism offering caters to the unique needs, tastes and preferences of these globetrotters.

Our panel of tourism industry representatives will lead discussions on:

  • Understanding the needs of Chinese travellers
  • Ensuring your tourist facility is offering a unique experience
  • Upskilling tourist providers with the right skill set to attract and increase visitors
  • How the tourism industry can collaborate to create holistic experiences that attract Chinese millennials

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Date:
Thursday 3 May 2018
Registration at the foyer of the Australian National Maritime Museum: 5.00pm to 6.00pm
Optional boat tours at 5.10pm and 5.20pm
Seminar at Australian National Maritime Museum: 6.00pm - 7.30pm
Networking and canapes on the James Craig Tall Ship (200m away from Australian National Maritime Museum): 7.30pm-8.30pm

Panellists

Phillipa Harrison, Executive General Manager, International, Tourism Australia

Simon Henry, Founder, UWAI

Simon is the Founder of UWAI.com, a simple tool to help local businesses reach the world's largest and most affluent tourist market, that of outbound Chinese. UWAI is a tourism utility, part of essential new world of digital infrastructure that drives jobs growth nationwide in both city and regional areas alike. UWAI is currently in English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.

Further speakers to be announced





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