At times like this we have the opportunity to discuss those who came before us which is exactly what I thought I would do this week. So apologies, no tourism chat, but something more important
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
Hosted at the Novotel in Creek Street the event saw about 100 employees from Accor properties across Brisbane join together to discuss gender equity and diversity in the workforce
Tourism industry leaders will gather on the Sunshine Coast this November for three key tourism events – The Queensland Tourism Industry Council’s Indigenous Tourism Forum
This week the Queensland Tourism Industry Council put its big boy pants on as it turned 18
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
It was very exciting to see 2019 kick off with an information session highlighting the potential opportunities for Indigenous businesses
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
Now it its eighth year, the Tourism Indigenous Employment Forum hosted by the Queensland Tourism Industry Council and supported by The Star Entertainment group
My journey into this industry isn't a great tale, a romantic one or one of great purpose….I just fell into it! But it has been a great tale since then!
Queenslanders can have their say on the 2017 Queensland Tourism Awards (QTA) with the launch of the inaugural RACQ People’s Choice category
Gold Coast-based Newbook eManagement Technology, a cloud based Holiday Park, Hotel, Resort & Apartment Management Reservation System, was selected as the winner
The Queensland Tourism Industry Council welcomes measures to provide more incentives to grow small businesses but is disappointed by the Government’s lack of budget focus on tourism.
Queensland Tourism Industry Council has called on other industries to join tourism employers in addressing gender equalities in the Australian workforce.
Queensland's peak tourism industry body believes measures to curb violence and early-morning unsociable behaviour will enhance the attractiveness of the state's entertainment areas.
Three major announcements will further boost the confidence in Queensland tourism’s capacity to drive economic growth and employment for the state.
Echo Entertainment Group has announced a $300,000 partnership with Queensland tourism to promote job and career opportunities for Indigenous people.
Three Queensland tourism businesses have been recognised for their innovative and entrepreneurial ideas as part of the second annual Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC) Prize for Innovation in...
Queensland’s peak body for tourism, the Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC), is astounded by the Australian Government’s decision to renege on its commitment to transfer the national tourism q...
Queensland’s peak body for tourism, the Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC), believes a reduction in tourism marketing investment in the 2014-15 Queensland State Budget will further challenge ...