Gibbons will now oversee Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam in addition to Australia & New Zealand
Capitalising on the more than 100 pages of content on L.A.’s most famous industry, visitors to the new site can enter to win an entertainment-themed vacation
Leading the comeback are the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau and Dubai Business Events & Convention Bureau
In the role, Kathleen will manage all travel trade relations across the Oceania market for L.A. Tourism
A record 48.3 million tourists visited L.A. in 2017 (411,000 visitors from Australia), a figure that is expected to reach 50 million by 2020
Nine winners honored at ceremony following annual industry conference
Varga joins L.A. Tourism with 20 years of sales and marketing experience including MICE strategy in the business events sector
The VIP guests were invited to explore L.A.’s new and reinvigorated premium hotel offerings and tourism attractions
Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (L.A. Tourism) partnered with Universal Studios Hollywood and Santa Monica Travel & Tourism
Ashlee brings to the team deep experience in the tourism industry
Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (L.A. Tourism), together with Visit California Australia, brought nine lucky travel agents from Flight Centre on a whirlwind trip of L.A
Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (L.A. Tourism) has bolstered its on-the-ground team with the appointment of Carolyn Nightingale to the full-time role of Travel Trade Manager
2016 Visitation On Pace to Exceed 46.5 Million
Australia remains Los Angeles' number two overseas market with 424,000 visitors in 2015, contributing to LA's new visitation record.
L.A. Tourism has bolstered its on-the-ground team with the appointment of Karen Prideaux to the role of Travel Trade Manager, Australia & New Zealand.
Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board has launched meetLA.com, a one-stop destination for Australian meeting professionals looking to conduct business in Los Angeles.
A record 2.1 million travellers will pass through LAX this Thanksgiving, an increase of 6.9 per cent over last Thanksgiving’s record.
LAX is set to upgrade its free Wi-Fi service to offer a better connection for commuters, with a wireless speed of more than four times faster than today.