Recent research into the tourism and hospitality industry workforce indicates that critical thinking, problem solving and business acumin are missing from graduates into the industry
Last week I got the opportunity to head back to Mamu Country, my roots, my home – you may know it as Innisfail. I took great pleasure in showing off what we call God's Country to my City cousins
She was a school-based trainee who had come from Marsden State High, she barely said a word and was a fish out of water in the office environment
I thought this week it was time to shake it up a bit…..we're off having a break from the office and enjoying the great Queensland weather so I thought I would share my top Indigenous experiences
It's that time of the year again! A time where everything starts wrapping up and we have the opportunity to reflect back on the year that way. Ohh what a year it was
Now it its eighth year, the Tourism Indigenous Employment Forum hosted by the Queensland Tourism Industry Council and supported by The Star Entertainment group
Tourism Australia today announced that its signature event for promoting Australia as a world-class incentive destination
The South Australian Government has announced an agreement with China Southern Airlines that will see direct flights into Adelaide from Guangzhou 3 times per week
Hundreds of local and international visitors each year embark on Aboriginal Cultural Tours in South Australia, helping to to keep alive the oldest continuous culture on earth.
Melbourne Convention Bureau (MCB) welcomed incentive agents from Japan and New Zealand to Melbourne last week as part of Dreamtime 2015.
International corporate incentive agents will visit Glenworth Valley today as part of a program to showcase Sydney and NSW as a leading destination for business events.
Dreamtime 2015 kicked off yesterday at the Adelaide Convention Centre, firmly placing the international spotlight on Australia’s business events offering.